Plenty Of Horses At Lexington: Blue Grass Fair Racing Officials--English Colts Getting Education., Daily Racing Form, 1919-07-29


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PLENTY OF HORSES AT LEXINGTON Blue Grass Fair Racing Officials English Colts Getting Education LEXINGTON Ky July 28 There are over 400 horses in training at the Lexington track of the Kentucky Jockey Club That is considerably more morethan than has ever b Of the number approximately seventyfive are year ¬ lings The man who is breaking most yearlings is J C Milam He has eighteen in his string and may take up a few more after the Saratoga sales J O Kecne this week sent to the track seventeen horses and shortly he will send in from Keeneland Farm the dozen yearlings by Luke McLuke he owns in partnership witlt John W Schorr Jack Bakers string is made up of fifteen head V VGallaher Gallaher Brothers Knebelkamp Howerton and William Perkins each have thirteen in training while J S Hawkins and C T Worthington have a dozen each Worthington took Mabel Trask Sara sota and View to Mt Sterling this week and got some money at the Montgomery County Fair FairThe The Blue Grass Fair is hanging up 2000 per day for six days R L Baker has been invited and will act as presiding judge Will Shelley will be racing secretary and placing judge and Harry Morrissey will do the starting startingOthers Others who have horses in training here are Joe Goodman seven John McPherson eight Ross Looney five J J Troxler six Dan W Scott nine O A BianchI five ack Adkins three Walter Grater six C A Matlack one J M Goode eleven Hal Price Headley ten Marshall Brothers two Robert Frakes seven J Hal Wood ford in charge of Jockey Van Dusen ten J H Nicliols five James H Baker eleven T P Hayes six John T Ireland six H B Reether one W J Young nine W F Poison nine in charge of Earl Linell who has four 6jC WsslQwn Dlllard HI1IT elflit Wiley Morgan tw T Felix Peyton three W Bibbs three O Muckenfuss three Ed Baxter six Ike Kuss nine William Woodard four R P Marshall seven R L Powers three John O Whit ¬ low six W L Lewis six H Webb one J Quin lan two Ed OMeara one Win Cain six P Sheridan two Mose Moore four A B Lowe one W J Foley two Lee Paul three Dan Stewart four D J McDermott three Tom Morris four Dan Morris eight S H Velie three Erb Murphy nine C Hawk six H Tullet five and Howard Oots twelve twelveTRACK TRACK IN FINE CONDITION CONDITIONSuperintendent Superintendent John M Keegan has the track in excellent condition President Camden was at the course during the week and discussed with manager R L Baker the extension that is to be made to the grandstand grandstandAs As headquarters for the Kentucky Stables Col Phil T Chinn has a place adjoining Col Robert L Bakers Kingston Farm on Russell Cave pike the place that was established by the late starter James B Ferguson father of Mrs Chinn and later occupied by Clarence H Mackays stud of thorough ¬ breds in charge of Charles F Hill and more re ¬ cently by the Corrigan McKinney horses in charge of Miss Elizabeth Daingerfield DaingerfieldAmong Among the horses at the Kentucky Stables head ¬ quarters are five Englishbred Americanborn year ¬ lings They are not for the market They have been broken to ride and are daily being handled handledThey They are three colts and two fillies all from mares purchased in England by Colonel Chinn and mated there under his instructions in the spring of 1917 Two are by Picton and three by Cicero Pic ton is the sire of Senator Camdens Light Brigade and of a number ofother good winners Cicero was unbeaten as a twoyearold winning five stakes and at three won the 1905 Epsom Derby from ardy and seven others The yearlings are areBrown Brown colt by Picton Enchantress by Collar CollarChestnut Chestnut colt by Cicero Orillia by Lochryan LochryanBay Bay filly by Cicero Loriotte by Lbehryan Bay filly by Cicero Sea Mist by Fowlingpiece FowlingpieceChestnut Chestnut colt by Picton Velitari by Vejes

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