Horse Activities in Kentucky.: Promising Young Racers in the Hewitt Stable at Lexington. March Wind a Fast One., Daily Racing Form, 1917-01-16


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HORSE ACTIVITIES IN KENTUCKY. Tromising Young Racers in the Hewitt Stable at Lexington. March Wind a Fast One. Lexington — March Wind a Fast One. prominent New York business man and financier, has twenty -four thoroughbred horses here under the management of John I. Smith, formerly of New York. Nine mares and four yearlings are at Melbourne Farm where Smith makes his home, and the remainder of the horses are in training at the ventucky Association track. The racing stable comprises Skeptic-. Meditation. Cantara. lan Maid. Star Maid. Avis and the following five two-yenr-c Ids. which are yet to be- named: Black colt by Coy Lad — Hun of Luck, bay colt by Coy Lad — An-gerona. bay colt by 1eep oDay — Lucky Wave, bay filly by Inch-— Coy Maid and bay filly by Coy Lad — Aviston. The broodmares are Coy Maid, the first i miner Mr. Hewitt ever owned, in foal to Ballot; linn of Luck, in foal to Hessian; Inspiration, in foal to Ballot; Aviston. in foal to Ballot; Lucky Y.avc. in foal to the French stallion Pataud; Haz-zaza. in foal to Hessian, and the young mares Itandinage. Organdie and Mission Hell. The yearling are bay filly by Coy Lad — Inspiration, brown colt by Coy Lad — Hun of Luck, chest -l.ut colt by Coy Lad — Lucky Wave, and bay colt by Peep oDay — Coy Maid. The last named is a brother to Coy Lad and Meditation. The Run of Luck colt has been named Thirteen, he being the thirteenth foal of his dam. in addition to having been foaled on March 13. The five two-year-olds in training are quite promising. They all showed trials last fall in from 23 to 24 seconds for a quarter of a mile. J. Claude Rogers, of Midway, this week sent to W. .1. Youngs stable at the Kentucky Associations course-, to lie trained, the four-year-old Doctor Moore and the two-year-olds March Wind, bay filly, by Sweep — Larelella. and Great Cull, bay colt, by Bryn Mawr — Flaming Flamingo. March Wind is fast. She showed her trainer a quarter iu TX% over the local track last fall. She came back to the course the other day weighing 995 pounds. Mr. Hogers has a yearling brother to March Wind, which he says is one of the best colts he ever laid an eye on and he is the man who selected Hills-- anil Midway for his friend. .1. W. Parrisli. Lardello, her owner was sorry to report, slipped a foal a few days ago by Sweep. W. .1. Young this week received from Kenneth 1. Alexancle-r. Woodburn Farm, three good two-year-olds to be raced in the colors of their young owner this ye-ar. The pick of the three- is probably the Broomstick — Christmas Star colt, while the Plaudit- -Raglets filly is quite promising. Tin-other is a colt by Hurgomaster. John H. Morris als- sent from his Losque Bonitn Farm the- Bargain:. ster- Han Izarra filly, which is saiel to lie fast. James P. Ross yesterday took up his three -year aid cult Waterford and has him again in training at the Kentucky Association course, after his rest on Harry Morrisseys Kempland Farm. He is a go-ul-looking horse and is fast and game. Lew Marion, wheee horses are wintering at Louisville, was here yesterday to see several broodmares he has at John Wiggins Military Farm in Hourbon County, the home of A. O. Hianchis Jim Gaffney. a horse that is "away up in the pictures" as a sire c f good racers, considering the limited opportunity ht has had. Charles H. Hughes, manager of the Heverwyek Stable-, left here yesterday for Louisville to send Sir John Johnson over from Churchill Downs to Heauniont Farm, where he is to make- the season. There are twenty horses in the Heverwyek Stable at Louisville in charge of trainer Ziegler and manager Hughe-s says they are all doing finely. Tie-Derby candidates in the string are Top o the Wave and Crack oDay. Old Koenig and Irma Frank, which bead the older division, are doing well. Thomas 15. Jones has among the four yearlings at his Ashtiale Farm near Winchester a chestnut filly by Handsel — Aimless dam of Husy Man. the- mare that was raced under the name of Sarah Hlack at Detroit several years ago. He has two other fillies, one — Miss Kddie dam of Hilly Handsel. Beatrice K.. and Beside, and the other — A. M. J. The- other yearling is a colt by Duval -Knighthood dam of Dr. Carmen and Miss Dulin.

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