Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1919-02-12


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Reports from Hot Springs say there are more hau l.TO horses stabled at Oaklawn Park. All are iu fine condition. A large number of likely-looking two year-olds are among that number. Commander J. K. L. Ross, it is reported, has wagered 5,000 that Rilly Kelly will defeat Eternal in the Kentucky Derby and ,000 on whatever starter he may have in that race to beat Dunboyne. It is hinted that the Kentucky Jockey Club, which will control all the tracks in the Rlue Grass Stale, will build a new course at Lexington to take the place of the famous old Kentucky Association course, which is entirely too small to accommodate the big crowds that attend racing nowadays.

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