Closing Up Affairs At Lexington., Daily Racing Form, 1916-05-12


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CLOSING UP AFFAIRS AT LEXINGTON. Lexington. Ky.. May 11. — Several carloads of horses were shipped today from the Kentucky Association track to Louisville. Others will be shipped tomorrow and Saturday. Special trains for the Derby day crowd will be run from all points in the blue grass section to Louisville Saturday. A party of New Yorkers spent today with Price MeKinney at Kingston Farm. Among them were Andrew Miller, II. K. Knapp, F. K. Hitchcock and Schuyler L. Iarsons. John D. MLauglilin and his brothers today entertained a large number of visitors who had attended the races with a fish fry at Lake Ellerslie. C. J. Drockmiller will leave here tomorrow for Delmont lark with Grumpy. Solveig. Old Den and Narmar. Archie Zimmer will take east in the same car Prestoii Lynn and Anion. Zimnier has turned out Caugh Hill and Drockmiller has turned out Aces and Ingot. J. . Milam today sent Dellita to Senator Camdens farm near Versailles to be retired to the stud. He also reported that Solly in some manner had picked up a nail and. for that reason, will not be raced for some time. This certainly is a bad luck horse. A. L. Austin will ship his string to Canada tomorrow. R. L. Raker will go to Canada after the Latonia meeting. Messrs. W. H. Shelley and Roger Sullivan completed their work in the racing secretarys office here today and this afternoon took their departure for Louisville. That there will be a tremendous crowd at Louisville Saturday for the Derby, is indicated by the inability of persons here today to secure by telephone reservations of boxes or seats in the grandstand. All of the reserved section has been sold since Monday. f i s s . 1 i ,. ,i t 1 _ t j

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