Hot Springs Horses Reach Lexington.: Four Carloads of Racers Arrive at Kentucky Association Course--Rain Retards Training., Daily Racing Form, 1917-04-14


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HOT STRINGS HORSES REACH LEXINGTON. Tour Carloads of Racers Arrive at Kentucky Association Courre — Rain Retards Training. Lextagtoa. Ky.. April IS.- Lour rarlsada of raeen for the Kentucky As-.,eiations annua! apriag meeting, arrived here today from Hot Bar lags and were unloaded this afteraooa. A. L. Karhy brought 1 I ■veil. in. in iing Doctor Tuck. Rifle- Sb.xiter. Alfn- dir. Taxi-, laaoreat laea, Mi-s Declare. Blackie Baw, J. Bafas aad Baggedy .Man. W. II. Ffaaer broaght Big rh oagh, Daabar, Hasty Mabel, shadow Lawn. Little Digger. Fburon II.. School for .Scandal. Baowdrift and Thinker. In W. A. McKtaaeya string is Mud Sill. Little string. Borga, Black Frost. Paal Baian aad chief Osborne. C. T. Worthing toa braaght The Date and Ex Sheriff, George K. Chancellors band consists of Ophelia W.. Hasty Cora. Aristocrat and Faux La-. i m. Ctvfll brought Wat. J. C. Calm has it.iz?. Byaa, Alex data and Wops. Piaster and Far-1 is aeat Aaaa Krater, Nettie Waleart and Lytic. James Stller has Haadhuaar, Bath Btrathsara aad Laa Lowers for O. L. Davenport. Mose Lowvn-sieiu brought Dr. Platter aad Maaaoe, the latter for B L. Baker. William Manuel brought Ieachie and Col. .McN.ib. The O. K ueiwdkainp string, in charge ol" J. J. Troxler, i-omprises San ega, Bhyaser, First Star. Jim Wakely and Arch Llotter. while W. V. Walsh brought Fuzzy Wiizsy and Tan-taliaer. 1. K. Btewart lias only one, Words of Wisdom. On the train were jock* ys Carroll, Tudor and J. McCalie. Lose Loint also was on the train. She is to be bred to P.enchcombcr and will be turned out at Kempland Farm. Starter Harry Morrisscy, owner of Kempland Farm and part owner of Beachcomber, arrived this morning from Hot Springs, and with both his assistants. Oeorge Terry :md George Paul, will school bones from one to four each afternoon. Rose Point is the property of I. D. Rogun. Rosemary is at ixempland for a rest. The rain of last night resulted in ■ heavy track and robbed the morning gallops of much of their interest. The best moves noted were: AIL 11 Cain— Five -eighths in 1:13. American Express— Half mile In 59. America— Half mile in ."i."i. Cheer leader — Half mile in 55. Chalmers — Half mile in ! ». Gold Color— Mile in 1:53%. Grevilh — Three-quarten in 1:23. Hastens — Three-quarten in 1:16. Jack Beeves— Half mile in 58. Lady Mexican — Half mile in 54. Latonia — Half mile in 50. Leo Skolny — Half mile in 58. Paramount — Five-eighths in 1:10. Jtieen Errant — Half mile in 56. Precious — Five-eighths in 1:10. • Southern League — Three-quarters in 1:25.

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