Louisville Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1935-04-23


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1 LOUISVILLE TURF" NOTES s - - s John P. Jones transferred his entire stable from Douglas Park to the Downs Saturday. All in the string of nine came through the short trip in fine fashion. They are Sturdy Boy, Elenac, Hidden Dust, Gee Gee, Tiger Claw, Nil, Golden Beam, Athanette, and Rettef. Several patrons are represented in the stable. Sturdy Boy and Hidden Dust, both from the good producer Refugee H., are the property of Mrs. Irene Taggart Young of this city. Nomination blanks for the eight stakes to be run during the Latonia Jockey Clubs spring and summer meeting and which close on May 2, are. being distributed here. Headed by the 5,000 added Latonia Derby, the list of Latonia features also includes the Inaugural, Enquirer, Independence and Quickstep Handicaps, the Latonia Oaks, the Clipsetta Stakes, and the Cincinnati Trophy. The victory of Cornelius V. Whitneys Today in the Edgewood Purse at Havre de Grace, Thursday, caused more than a flurry of action on that son of Whichone ifl the several larger Derby winter books, according to advices reaching here. Mister Gander, Wizard and Song are other Whitney performers eligible for the famous Churchill Downs race.

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