Cold Interferes with Training: Horses Being Prepared at Lexington More forward than Ordinarily-Blue Grass Gossip, Daily Racing Form, 1913-03-09


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COLD INTERFERES WITH TRAINING. Hoisc3 Being Prepared at Lexington More Forward Than Ordinarily — Blue Grass Gossip. Lexington, Ey.. March 8.- The weather thla week has been so cold that nothing in the way or rasl u. .,!. t..] the horsea in training at the Kentuckj A rotation track was attempted. However, it is the opinU t a number or the trainers that the racers are more forward In their preparation thanat this period in a dozen or fifteen years past, The general health . r the horses was never better. Sn -intendenl .lames p. i; received applies liona tor stable room from the following during tin week Fran* Wen. at Juarez; W. J. Spelrs. mi Latonia; -I M. Brown, at Louisville; J. I. t-atr nei al Nashville; ;. W. J. Bhtsell. at Iharleslon. and Ed W Moore, at Charleston. gerretarj Wilson is in receipt ot ■ letter from Judge William H. Sbellej advising him that be win leave Juares abonl March 26 and will come direct to Lexington to lake up his duties as racing sew- t.iu for the Bpriua ting, which will open Sal unlay, April 26. and continue for eleven days, unless i he Stat. Racing Commission, at its meeting Honda* make- some Change in the schedule ot dale-, as agreed mum hv the tour racing associations in ihi.s state, and Chairman Young has said that is not J. F. Newman, with Fan Eareta, loser and Hick Dodie; Mose Uoldblatt, with Man Emily, and Green B. Morris, witb Console and Kiva, will ship dlre i to liexlagton froai Juares. John Whitlow has been allotted the na I rince ion tor the two-year .1.1 half brother to Anderson, * brawn coll i v Stalwart Paradise Won. and serene for the half slater to The Bagae, a brown Buy by Dick linneil Peace. . , John Guild is the nam.- »r Jack Bakers brown .oil by Feet. oDay -My Gyps .dam of Cock p the Walk and Llghl 0 M Life. John Uund is the popular presidenl of the Lexlagtoa Brewing Company. .... Coonter, which was the nickaaaae ol the laic Frank K Van Meter, Is the name given John II. M..iiis- brow* .oil hv Nasturtium -Kffecl i.lam ol Bwana Tuaahe and Imprint. Will V.hmh is train jujr Cooster. "Uncle Si" Hughes has claimed the name Iran •.-it r..r the ;;. o i chestnut colt by Transvaal — Resignation da f Carlton U. Just V is the name of one oi the two-year olds at the track. lie is in Mart* Santa Belle Callum, is in the string ot Gallahei Bros, and is owned i. i syndicate composed of W. !.. Ietty. John 1 Moore and S C. Lync. Messrs. Felly and Moore are hi;: dealers and manufacturers of tobacco and tbej extract much pleaaun ml of the one or two horses they own each mm;-. They recent!] pel a-. I 3 000 for this colt. Walter Taylor is now under contract as stable btckej for T. P Hayes. Kimball Patterson vill have Heine ttadtke under his wing this scukou. Jockey Cragin. who last *eaaoo was with "Bub" Mays stable, is n..w in the employ of William Wallace a i the local track.

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