Latest Gossip from Blue Grass State: Many Horses Arrive at Kentucky Jockey Club Track -Hard to Accommodate Owners with Stabling, Daily Racing Form, 1919-08-22


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" 1 LATEST GOSSIP FROM BLUE GRASS STATE; Many.Hoiscs Arrive at Kentucky Jockey Club Track, Hard to Accommodate Owners with Stabling. LEXINGTON, Ky.y August 21. John I. Smith arrived here this morning from Saratoga with eight of H. II. Hewitts horses,, they being Herald,; Thrills, Ginger, Sam. Itch, Thirteen, Jap, Zaza and Travesty. They shipped in good condition and went-into quarters at Forkland Farm, which is under lease to Mr. Hewitt. This farm is only a short way from the track, where stable room is at premium. After the race meeting trainer Smith, will transfer his yearlings from the farm to the Hewitt stable at the track. B. J. Brannon, who motored over from Louisville this morning with jockey Pool wanted twenty stalls, but had to be content with twelve. After a conference between It. L. Baker, Brannon and Pool, was announced that Baker is to have second call on; Pools services in Kentucky during fall racing. W. J. Young probably will secure third call. Young has principally two-year-olds and Baker and Bran-, non have only two each. R. J. . Powers, stated today that Nominee will not; race again this year. This four-year-old son ofj Voter Love Apple bowed a tendon in his last race! at Latonia. He was fired yesterday and will be turned out atthe endof- a fortnight. Powers is making preparations to. take up Emma Weller and Byrne, which arc running out at S. K. Nichols farm. John S. Wallace wired from Cheyenne today that, he will be back in Kentucky Monday night. Kay Spence wired from Louisville for stalls for twenty-one horses owned by himself, W. V. Thravcs, W. E. Applegate and A. II. Nuckols. Manager Baker was in a quandary how to take, care of him until he got information that John S. Ward was not doming here. Twelve stalls were found at the fair grounds in addition to those Ward was to have at the Kentucky Jockey Club track.; Spence said in his message that he will race eleven horses at the Blue Grass Fair the first week in September. i ! j : i: i - t ,: 1 t- r t a: !ii Ii, e e i, - it t .. g- .;

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