Shilling May Ride for F. P. Keene, Daily Racing Form, 1916-01-28


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SHILLING MAY RIDE FOR F. P. KEENE. New York. January, 27. Word gomes from El Paso that Carroll 11. Shilling has signed an agree ment to ii f - for PoxhaR i. Keene, provided he is granted a license by the Jockey Club. 1 1 1 — application lias been n ferred to the license committee, all.r a series of applications for reinstatement during the past four y.ars had been tinned down. Mr. Keiiie is in the South and the report cannot be verified. V. II. Bowe, who has charge of the Jockey Clubs registration bureau, has seen the Whitney foals by the imported horse All Gold and he regards them highly. Among Mr. Whitneys yonng horses says Mr. Bowe the All Golds are attractive.

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