Louisville Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1935-04-22


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1 LOUISVILLE TURF NOTES Judges Charles F. Price and C. Bruce Head returned from Lexington, where with judge T. C. Bradley and as the license committee of the State Racing Commission, they went over all licenses filed with the commission prior to April 1. Their report goes to the controlling body next meeting. R. B. Fairbanks, husband of Mrs. R. B. Fairbanks, owner of the Derby colt, Bluebeard, and others comprising one of the largest stables here, was a visitor at the "Downs. Howard Stearns was here from Lexington, and Alex Menger came -down from Cincinnati to witness Saturdays training. Jockey A. Anderson has attached himself to the Superior Stable, which was taken over several days ago by C. L. Applegate. Anderson and Applegate came from Hot Springs. Eight juveniles are included among the horses Walter Carter is training for P. T. Chinn, B. L. Squires, S. M. Look, Mrs. F. J. Navin and W. S. Payne at Douglas Park. Five three-year-olds, namely, Almaha, Knave, Uncle Fred, Moratorium and Tee Totum are in the string. The youngsters are Debacle, bay gelding by St. James Vera Leigh; Judges Verdict, chestnut gelding by Cohort Hilda Hannibal; Society Column, brown filly by Pharamond II. Chop Box; Haroldi Way, brown gelding by Monks Way Good Hart; Balanced Budget, chestnut gelding by Ariel Flaming Beauty; Rainy Weather, chestnut filly by Noah Galoshes; Somersault, brown filly by Pharamond H. Torpedo, and Madam Zero, chestnut filly by Victorian Baffle. Society Column and Haroldi Way are. owned by Squires, while Knave is Looks property, and Madam Zero will race under Mrs. Navins silks. Chinn and Payne own Rainy Weather and Somersault in partnership, and the others belong to the former. The condition of Mrs. William F. Smith, wife of the vice chairman of the State Racing Commission, is so much improved that she is going ahead with plans to attend the Churchill opening. Mrs. Smith was stricken several days ago. Along with seven he will race for his father, Charles Ferguson has two for R. H. Anderson and one for J. H. Gaines in training at Churchill Downs. Those he is handling for his father, A. L. Ferguson, are the Clark Handicap candidate, Vitamin B., Julia Grant, Miss Wise, and the two-year-olds Pierre Andre, Lunsford, Little Minnie and Mordark. Andersons pair are Jockana and the juvenile Excellent Maid, while Adolph, also two years old, Is owned by Gaines. Pierre Andre is a bay son of High Time Our Betsy; Lunsford, a bay colt by St. James Moon Dove; Little Minnie, a chestnut filly by Peter Hastings Thunder Flash; Mordark, a bay daughter of Morvich Eclipse; Excellent Maid, a filly of the same color by Annihilator Poppy, and Adolph, a bay son of Haste Change.

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