Young Ships Horses to Memphis, Daily Racing Form, 1908-01-07


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. [ | ; • , I YOUNG SHIPS HORSES TO MEMPHIS. Lexington, Ky., January 8. — W. J. Young sent to Memphis the following twenty-two horses: The Abbot, Great Pirate, Moquette. Good Friar, Dark-night. Wool Sandals. Chulita, Dunvegan, Bill Her-ron. Caltha and Bonnie Bard, including these two-year olds: Direct, ch. c. by Don de Oro — Froken. Fair Messenger, b. f. by Resolute II. — Kilt. Isaac, ch. c. by Goldcrest — Hazema. Prince William, b. c, by Caldron — Princess Lucille. Queens Message, ch. f. by Resolute II. — Kilt. Solicitor, ch. c, by Rensselaer — Emma Pickwick. Teddy Bear. b. c. by Gold Heels— Helen IL II. WartiVhl. ch. c. by Nasturtium — Detection. Bay colt, by Count Schomberg — Hoehelle II. Bay colt, by Previous — Hannariudn. Bay filly, by Marta Santa — Maria Laatee. If there is no racing at Hot Springs these horses will be kept at Memphis until the opening of the season at Benning and some will come back to Kentucky for the Lexington, Louisville and Latonia meetings. Hal WcxMlford of Bourbon County, returned from New Orleans today to take his seat in the Kentucky legislature at Frankfort tomorrow. He says there is a big attendance and good racing at the Crescent City, and there seems to be plenty of money in cir-, culation. Mr. Woodford does not expect untoward legislation in this state, and says a bill may be introduced to suppress poolrooms. A rumor is in circulation that the State Racing Commisison is contemplating the appointment of a veterinary surgeon to keep an eye on horses racing on Kentucky tracks, the idea being to stamp out the use of stimulants. The date of the next mooting of the commission Is not fixed, but will probably not be held until applications for dates are made, some time in March. James Hukill is getting Harold D. ready and will soon send him to New Orleans. Memphis. Tenn.. January 6. — W. J. Youngs string of twenty-two thoroughbreds from Lexington, Ky.. and s veil head owned by C. A. Leiman from Champaign, all reached Montgomery Park today, to begin training for the 1908 racing season. The consignments were the first of tha new year to reach local tracks.

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