Many Kentucky Horses In Training., Daily Racing Form, 1910-02-08


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MANY KENTUCKY HORSES IN TRAINING Lexington Ky February 7 Superintendent James I lloss made a count of the horses quartered at the Kentucky Association track today and the total is 251 the largest number that has been at the track during the first week in February in many years The following is the count by stables J C Milani IS John T Ireland IS William Steele 18 J O Keene Hi A Baker 15 Woodford Clay 14 John Rodegap 14 W L Lewis 14 T C McDowell 11 J P Uoss 11 Walter Grater Id Howard Oots S S K Hughes 8 Dan T Morris 8 J K Taylor 7 I II Donnelly 7 Allen Steele 7 Henrv Bonds r UoJla Drake 5 Joseph Offntt 5 William Over ton 4 Stephen I Willis 4 T M Irvin A B Lowe Ieytou Aken William Wallace Kdward Baxter Samuel Forsythe Frank Jrosche 2 C I Chenaiilt 2 and D It Hey 1 The total ininilHr of stalls inside the track enclosure is KM Walter Grater John Itodcgap Dan T Morris and others of these trainers will have several addi ¬ tions to their stables during the next t r twenty lays Horses are constantly coming in from the farms The weather for the past week has been void but without rain or snow anil the trainers have been using th sanl track for galloping their charges This track is in fairly good condition imt it will require the spreading of about 5IX carloads of sand In make it perfect It is not likely that this im proveiiicnt will bo made this year yearJ J W May win shipped his string of eighteen principally twoyearolds to Douglas Park track l liuisville iuisville about two weeks ago spent Sundav here 1 used to think Memphis had the best winter track in the country said he but Douglas Park has Montgomery Park distanced for winter training I never saw the equal of that Douglas Park track and 1 cannot understand how we trainers have overlooked it Then has Ixcn sonic bad weather and some rain Kince I shipped to I ouisville but I have not missed a gallop yet The water does not remain on the Douglas Park track the drainage Iteing perfect I have never seen tin track as much as an inch deep in mud Saturday morning the trainers at Churchill Downs had In use the Infield for galloping while we at Douglas Park were using the track trackMay May says he has made no entries to any of tin stakes to be decided in Kentucky this year but he IK well in everything in the ctist and in Canada ami In will be leaving Louisville for New York ary in May The majority of the twoyearolds in Ills string are owniil by Schwartz Brothers of New York and there are some good prospects among them They will it is safe to say be ready to race when they leave Kentucky KentuckyXine Xine thoroughbreds including the stallions Calves Ion CnuopiiK and Sir Hampton and the mares Princess Noretti dam of Shot Gnu Blue Eyes Himera Paliapi Natoma and Princess Wheeler licloiiging to John Mackey arrived hen yesterday from Sacra ¬ mento Cal in charge of George Miller and were taken to J B Hagglus Klmcndorf Farm Mr Mockey for years maintained a breeding establish ¬ ment near Sacramento but recently sold the farm to Walter Jennings who will raise alfalfa on it On March 1 Mr Matkey will sell his thoroughbreds with the exception of the nine that came hen to ¬ day There will be about fifty head to go under the liauimer

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