Stone Street Wins!

Start good. Won easily; second and third driving. STONE STREET, favored by the going and in prime condition, ran the best race of his career. He followed BANBRIDGE close up to the three-quarters post, where he went into the lead and easily held the others safe for the rest of the trip. SIR CLEGES disliked the going and sprawled repeatedly, but made a game effort. DUNVEGAN ran fairly well. SYNCHRONIZED closed a big gap in the last half-mile. BANBRIDGE showed the most early speed, but tired after three-quarters. MILFORD was never a factor. The others were always badly outplaced. Scratched - Balbus, Dr. Mathews, Gilvedear. Synchronized and Frank Bird added as starters.

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Trainer

J. W. Hall

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Jockey

Arthur Pickens

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1900-1924

Early 1900's

At the turn of the century, financial problems plagued the racetrack. On October 1, 1902 a group headed by former Louisville Mayor Charles Grainger, Charlie Price and Matt J. Winn agreed to takeover the operation. The takeover was done by amending the track's articles of incorporation with no transfer in the form of a deed. Grainger was named president, Price racing secretary and Winn vice president.

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Kentucky Derby 34 Race Recap

Start good. Won easily; second and third driving. STONE STREET, favored by the going and in prime condition, ran the best race of his career. He followed BANBRIDGE close up to the three-quarters post, where he went into the lead and easily held the others safe for the rest of the trip. SIR CLEGES disliked the going and sprawled repeatedly, but made a game effort. DUNVEGAN ran fairly well. SYNCHRONIZED closed a big gap in the last half-mile. BANBRIDGE showed the most early speed, but tired after three-quarters. MILFORD was never a factor. The others were always badly outplaced. Scratched - Balbus, Dr. Mathews, Gilvedear. Synchronized and Frank Bird added as starters.