Californians to Race at Lexington: J. H. Rosseter and Edward Cebrian Horses to Take Part in Kentucky, Daily Racing Form, 1919-03-07


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CALIF0RNIANS TO RACE AT LEXINGTON J. H. Rosseter and Edward Cebrian Horses to Take Part in Kentucky Association Meeting. LEXINGTON. Ky., Marcli 0. Two of the wealthiest and most prominent of Californias turfmen and thorouglbred horse breeders are to send their stables to Lexington for the Kentucky Association spring meeting, which opens April 24. -They are John n. Rosseter nnd Edward Cebrian. The Rosseter horses are at Hot Springs in charge of trainer Charles J. Casey, and the Cebrian string, which has been racing at New Orleans, has Just been sent to Hot Springs in charge of trainer Hugh Farrell. Rosseter has nominated a couple of maiden three-year-olds, Farmingdale and Ragnarok, for the Blue Grass Stakes, and the four-time winner, Passing Shower, for the Ashland Oaks. For the Idle Hour Stakes, for two-year-old colts, he has named Ma-drone, by The Manager Fancywood, and Squire Charlie, by Squire Jack Berrills Choice, while for the Hinata Stakes, for two-year-old fillies, he lias entered Papoose, by Von Tromp Make Good; Rollicking Airs half sister to Buckhorn, bv Uncle Thirty-Third, and Wedding Cake, by Rock View Latona. American Ace, the three-year-old son of Von Tromp and Rosegal. is the brag horse in the Cebrian string, as indicated by the fact that lie lias been named for the Blue Grass Stakes, the Camden Handicap and the Beu Ali Handicap. Three of Von Tromps two-year-old sons Ace of Trumps. The Pirate and The Leopard have been entered In the Idle Hour Stakes, and one of his daughters. Frivolity, has been named for the Hinata Stakes. Kentuckians are displaying great interest in the coming of tiiese youngsters bred on the Pacific slope to Lexington to try conclusions with the product of this Blue Grass country, and, as might be supposed, they are quite satisfied that when the test base been made the result will be to Kentuckys favor.

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