Lexingtons Good Racing: Second Day of the Meeting Brings Out Another Big Crowd.; Diversion Runs Fast Mile and Defeats St. Isidore--R. L. Baker Captures Two Races., Daily Racing Form, 1919-04-26


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LEXINGTONS GOOD RACING Second Day of the Meeting Brings Out Another Big Crowd Diversion Runs Fast Mile and De ¬ feats St Isidore R L Baker Captures Two Races LEXIXGTOX KV April 25 Spirited racing was again the order liere witnessed by another big attendance The finishes in each instance was of this close variety with the winner in doubt until the official placing The carfl wis a fairly good one bringing out some of the best that are in thorough racing condition Tho colors of K L Baker as successful on two occasions his good sprinter acolu taking u speedy band into camp and Dr Carmen also scored in splendid fashion over some fairly useful ones The feature race the mile purse brought a good band and it resulted in ii vic ¬ tory for Diversion which raced to her best form and triumphed after a hard drive from i t Jsi dore with Harvest King following and Fre ratter close up to the trio trioWill Will Perkins uncovered another useful youngster in his Mickey Moore which accounted for the two yearold race in runaway style with IyJTlii second place II r Whitneys Splendor third thirdXepe Xepe carrying U J Brannons colors scored a lucky victory in the opener and Brimful placed the first purse of the Kentucky season to the Waldeck Stables account when she won the fifth race raceThe The final race found Regreso an outsider just lasting long enough to beat Kenward the favorite favoriteW W Lewis appointed as the official timer to record worjc trjals fortbeJconYanipncfeQf tin press nainiMtc lias Sipptfimefl Frank McKenna and Tames Ackennaii as his assistants assistantsX X Macfarlan was among todays arrivals from Montreal He spoke optimistically of the prospects for a resumption of racing in Cunadi this yenr Elward yenrElward Snrppr Garrison who is giteriiir tiblf for Medford Jon s a wealthy Oklahoma oil magiiiite is reaching out for the best fr be had but is intending to go slow with his purchases pre ¬ ferring to see his prospective purchases giving a full demonstration of their ability before he begins negotiations for them Up to the present lie has only Thelnia K and she will be a starter in the Hinata Stakes StakesGeorge George M Hendrie W O Farmer and David I Gillies were arrivals today and will remain sev ¬ eral days to witness tfie sport 5 efore going on to Canada Mr Hendrie has been at his Xaplr Florida lodge all winter sind professed a lack oC knowledge as to the Canadian racins situation but is confident that there will be a resumption of the sport in the Dominion this year Henry yearHenry McDaniel in charge of the W S Kilmer owned trio Exterminator The Mormon and Van ¬ couver were arrivals today from Louisville and the horses will be raced here hereETERNAL ETERNAL NOT TO RACE HERE HEREEternal Eternal Sailor The Wanderer and others in the James W McClelland string will be kept at Louisville and not raced here according to the latest plans of the owner ownerA A colored exercise boy in the employ of B J Brannon had his arm fractured and sustained other severe injuries as a result of colliding with a pony while morningThe working Bell Boy this morning The arrivals today were B Chapman with Arbor vitae and Bogart It A Seregnl with Jack K and Frank Monroe Solomon Jarmon with Lively Blue Paradise and Tiajau J S Whatley with River King and Amulet W E Matthews with Duke of Shelby and Doily and W L Overby vith Davo Hogaii HogaiiSenator Senator Johnson X Camden chairman of the Kentucky State Racing Commission and president of the Kentucky Jockey Club is expected home from Xew TuesdayKverest York next Monday or Tuesday Kverest recently purchased by Treacy Walker arrived from New 1ork last Saturdayland itow is an the stud at Kinney Nichols farm Fifteen mares have gone to his court courtDan Dan W Scott today priced his good twoyear old Patches brother to St Bernard to J C Milam MilamKmil Kmil Herz Cheer last night foaled a big brown colt by Short Grass It is her first firstJockey Jockey J Mclntyre has been given a temporriry license yesterdayT His application was tabled yesterday T F Bornman whose license was revoked v at Hot Springs will be allowed to race ins horses hero under the supervision of a licensed trainer Harry trainerHarry Burgoyne was claimed bv P Diinne for 1200 out of the first race raceJockeys Jockeys X Barrett and Wolstenholm were each suspended for three days by the starter for dis ¬ obedience postThe at the post The following were the best workouts at the track this morning morningCarrie Carrie Moore half mile in 53 J C Stone half inilu in 52 Maud Bacon threeeighths in 38 apt Rocs mile in 147 Precious mile in 142 St Augustine mile in 141 American Kagle mile in 143 Sansyming half mile in 49 Loys threeeighths in 38 Drummond half mile in 52 Sun God mile in 143 Legal threequarters in 118 Columbine threequarters in 117 Marmite threequarters in 118 Westwood threeeighths in 39 Cover ITp three eighths in 39 Dixie Carroll threeeighths in 39 Honor Man fivoelghths In 103 Right Angle fiveeighths in 303 Jack Straw threeeighths in 39 Allah half mile in rS Joe Stahr five eighths in 104 Surnassing mile in 145 Cheer Leader mile in 143 Skye Ball half mile in 53 Lady Mexican threequarters in 116 Miss Gove threequarters in 115 Serbian mile in 142 Frogtown mile in 143 Manokin mile in 143 Stevenson mile in 143 Chick Barkley threequarters in 118 Black Prince half mile in 50

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