Kentuckians Getting Ready., Daily Racing Form, 1910-01-30


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KENTUCKIANS GETTING BEADY Lexington Ky January 20 In the matter ofde parturesaud arrivals incident to the organization of racing stables for the approaching campaigns this has iHJen a busy week at the Kentucky Association track The departures numbered thirtynine head taken to Douglas Park Louisville by J W May and W J Young The arrivals numbered about fifty head Sixteen came from J N Camdens Hartland Stud in which J O Keene lias purchased a halfin ¬ terest These horses are in excellent winter condi ¬ tion and ready for the preparation that Mr Keene will give them There will Ie an addition to this string in the good liveyearold Hoggs which is com ¬ ing irom California Mr Keene owned Hoggs and when he made his trade with Mr Camden the latter bought a halfinterest in him Hoggs won seventeen races out of thirtythree starts in IKW and is a uso ful racing tool The CamdenKeene string will be campaigned on the Kentucky tracks and then go east meetingJack for the Saratoga meeting Jack Bakers string which will number fifteen head Is being rapidly made up They will all be in by Tuesday He has in Joe Morris and Sylvcstris likely candidates for the Kentucky Derby and Ken ¬ tucky Oaks He will have a select collection of two yearolds yearoldsJ J C Milam will have sixteen head with which to begin the season Merrick the old reliable selling plater has recovered from the injuries received when he fell at Latonia November 2 and Milam thinks he will stand training again this year Walter yearWalter Grater will have about twenty head belong ¬ ing to himself and various owners His best three yearold is the Wadsworth gelding John Furlong the property of Circuit Court Clerk James C Kogers John Furlong is a brother to John McGurk He has never been to the post but the critics say that he will do in good company John Furlong is a candi ¬ date for the Camden Handicap Mr Grater has just taken a threeyears contract on Clifford Porter an orphan lad whom he believes will develop into a capable rider riderW W L Lewis who lias a band of twoyearolds in partnership with Colonel Milton Young will also have Crystal Maid his brothers good marc and several others all told about eighteen head headS S K Hughes John Rodegap James P Iloss Dan T Morris Frank Grosche Will McDaniel Holla Drake J F Offutt W M Hayes William Steelc Allen Steele and others will have good stables stablesTrainer Trainer Charles Hughes will take tip Henry M Zieglers liorses Monday They will get their prep ¬ aration at Highland Farm There is a track on this farm that was built by the late W C France The Ziegler string numbers half a dozen the five yearold Miramar the threeyearold Ashwell and the following four twoyearolds Chestnut colt halfbrother to Barleythorpe by Adam Fredcrica brown colt halfbrother to Stolypin by Handspring Bermuda Lily bay or brown colt halfbrother to Gramercy by Garry Hermann Long Lost and bay gelding by Blues Semitic SemiticT T C McDowell is making preparations at Ashland to take up his string He will have a dozen or more for campaignWalter the 1010 campaign Walter Scofield has been placed in charge of the twentyeight yearlings at E H Bradleys Idle Hour Farm and the youngsters a line lot are receiving the best of care Superintendent Cliff Hammond says Cunard is in high favor with local breeders and no difficulty is experienced in filling his book Man ola Mason dam of McChesuey and First Mason goes to Cunards court this year Mauola Mason is owned by O D Randolph assistant cashier of the Phoenix National cityJohn Bank of this city John S Harbee says Henry T Oxnards young stallion Sir Wilfred which is making his first sea ¬ son at Glen Helen Farm will have much better patronage than his Virginia owner expected He is a rapidlyIt striking individual and his book is filling rapidly It was not known hereabouts until a day or two ago that Faverdale died at Dixiana Farm shortly after the death of lien Strome and about the time of the passing of Salvator and Tenny last fall Faverdale was twentythree years old and his days of usefulness had passed He had been blind for a long time and for a year or more he had been on a gradual decline He has only two twoyearolds to rrpresent him this year a filly out of Sweet Bye and Bye anil a colt out of Benedictine BenedictineW W H McDaniel the sixyearold Woolsthorpo gelding for which E S Burke Jr of Cleveland paid 30000 as a twoyearold in 1005 is still run ¬ ning out at the farm of John D Carr near this citv The horse is In splendid condition and apparently perfectly sound soundThe The Kentucky Associations spring meeting will probably be of seven days duration beginning April and ending May 7 It is the plan of the Ken tuckv Associatioa to give a stake on each of the seven days Thev already have two the Breeders Futurity and the Camden Handicap and Secretary Wilson hoHs to be able to announce five more as soon as the dates are formally allotted by the State Kacing Commission These stakes are to be sub ¬ scribed bv local people The Kentucky Derby prob ¬ ably will be run at Churchill Downs May 0

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