Gossip from the Blue Grass Region, Daily Racing Form, 1910-08-23


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GOSSIP FROM THE BLUE GRASS REGION. Ixingtou. Ky.. August 22. — "I am going to take a chance at the whiter game." said W. J. Youug. win. has fifteen horses in training at the Kentucky Association course. "Heretofore it has been my practice to turn my horses luit after the fall meer ings in Kentucky and not do anything until the fol lowing spring, but this year they have had a sum mer rest and f have decided to make them pay for il. I have not made up my mind definitely whether-I will go to Florida or Mexico." Jack Baker is another local owner and trainer who has followed the practice of resting his horses daring the winter. He will take a siring of eight or ten to Jacksonville. His brother-in-law. John McLaughlin, the noted pool auctioneer, will winter at Jacksonville also, and may cut in with a book. The yearling bay colt by Mazagan. out of Busy Lass, with which Gallaher Brothers won second pieiniuin in the colt ring at the Blue Grass Fair. Is iKing broken at the Kentucky Association track and lie looks like the making of a real good race horse. This colt was bred by Dixie Knight in Jessamine County ami was j.urchased from him about three weeks ago by Galhiher Brothers. VV. .1. TreaCT is busy compiling the catalogue for the Kentucky Sales I ompaiiys auction of yearling .. louses in training and broodmares, lo lie held here during the September race meeting. Already over :;iiii head have been consigned. The prospects are that it will be the biggest sale of the year. The FashT-Tlptoa Company has announced its eleventh Kentucky sale, to lie held here November 28 to December j!. W. J. Smith, who sold his horses and quit racing in the fall of 1908. Is now successfully engaged la the lumber business at Lelaml. Miss

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