Camden Handicaps Good Entry List, Daily Racing Form, 1919-03-10


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CAMDEN HANDICAPS GOOD ENTRY LIST LEXINGTON, Ky., March 9. The Camden Handicap, ,000 added, for three-year-olds and over,-one mile and a quarter, which is to be decided at the Kentucky Associations spring meeting, Thursday. May 8. has thirty-one eligibles. The list as announced today by secretary G. D. Wilson is as follows: Colonel Livingston, 3; Sewell Combs, 4; Stockwell. 3; Rancher, 7: Mormon. 3; Jago, 3; Service Flag, 3; Midway. 5; Basilius, 5; CV.mman-der, 3: Sasenta. 4; St. Bernard. 3; Barry Shannon. 5; Delico. 3; Herald, 4 Vancouver, 3 Freecutter, 4; Captain Rees, !; Sun Gotl,-!!: Linden, 3; Woodthrush, 4; American Ace, 3; Briled Voter, 5; Duke of Savoy, 4: Exterminator, 4: Aurum, 4; Hanovia. 7; The Wanderer. 3; Buford. 5; ToniIolo. 4; Hocnir, S. " The weights for this race will be announced three days before the race. Chairman .1. N. Camden of the Kentucky State Racing Commission donates to the owner of the Winner a Iteautiful cup. Messrs. Tom Henley, trainer for R. T. Wilson, and Tom Welch, trainer for Joseph E. Widener. spent today here looking over the horses of their respective owners, the former at Kirklevington Farm and the latter at Kemplaiul Farm. Thev departed tonight for New York. R. T. Wilsons Booby has a chestnut filly by Olambala. Harry Kearney of New York has purchased from John E. Madden the two-year-old chestnut filly by Sea King Busy Girl. O. A. Bianchis Whats Left has a chestnut fillv bv Jim Gaffney, and Dr. J. C. Carricks Orange anil Blue has a bay colt by Bridgewater.

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