Colonel Lovingston is Taken Up, Daily Racing Form, 1919-02-04


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COLONEL LIVINGSTON IS TAKEN UP LEXINGTON, Ky., February 3. B. ,T. Brannon came here from New Orleans today and shipiied Colonel Livingston. Hopeful, St. Bernard, Allard und Little Blossom the two-year-old sister to Westy Hogan to Louisville, where they are to be galloped under the eye of C. C. Van Meter until the remainder of the Brannon stable reaches Louisville from Hot Springs, whither they will be sent from New Orleans about March 1. These five horses have been running out all winter at Thomas Piatts farm and were taken up only today. They all look good. Colonel Livingston especially has grown and filled out. He and St. Bernard are to Ik? entered in the Kentucky Derby. Hopeful is the three-year-old brother to Viva America, and he is to be entered in some of the best of the countrys sprinting stakes. The sister to Westy Hogan is a racy looking individual. Gallaher Brothers have by purchase from Kinney Nichols added the two-year-old bay colt by Transvaal Kiihla to their string. Jockey Van Duzen today took up Viva America and will gallop her for Charles T. Worthington until he conies here from the south next month. Howard Oots today took up six of his horses that have been running out all winter.

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