Late Gossip from Blue Grass State, Daily Racing Form, 1919-08-27


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LATE GOSSIP FROM BLUE GRASS STATE LEXINGTON, Ky., August 20. W. L. Lewis has in training at the Kentucky Jockey Club track Crystal Day and Lady Fair Play, both daughters of Crystal Maid the dam of Hasten On, Kiku, the two-year-old Dee D., chestnut filly by Dick Finncll Ethel D., and the yearling sister to Hasten On, she being a bay filly by Great Britain Crystal Maid. These horses are to be turned over to Jake Holtman September 1. Holtman had the Lewis horses last spring and did well witii them. Holtman will bring with him the two-year-old brown filly Marie Maxim, a winning daughter of Golden Maxim. John O. Whitlow, who is occupying the stable with Mr. Lewis, has Elizabetli II., romercne, Mabel G., Cicely Kay, Tom Jones, Dr. Buckner and three yearlings by Pluvious, the property of T. W. Chicago OBrien. Pluvious has two representatives on the turf and they are both winners and both daughters of Maude Fealy, the three-year-old being Plureen and the two-year-old Plummet. Whitlow sold Dixie Carroll to Harvey Boyle, who intends him for stecplccliasing. When the George J. Long horses come here in charge of trainer Pete Coyne they will go into the stable with Messrs. Lewis and . Whitlows horses, their yearlings being moved out to afford the necessary space. Walter Grater has among the four horses in his stable a muchly iu-bred three-year-old that has never started. His, name is Uncas and he is the properly of II. O. Lyon of Orange, Aa., who bred him. Uncas is by Wycth, a son of Wadsworth, dam Codex, a daughter of Wadsworth. Now, Wycths dam is Fonsie, by King Alfonso, and Codex comes from Fancy Free, by Fonso, a son or King Alfonso; then Fay third dam of Uncas is by Sensation son of Leamington and Susan Bean, by Lexington, dam Fcrida daughter of Glenelg and La Henderson, by Leamington. Viola Tark, Virgo and Missed the Time, a two-year-old lilly by Duke of Ormonde Susan Lenox, by Handsel, make up the remainder of Graters string. Virgo has recovered from the throat trouble with which he was afflicted at Latonia and Is training well, as is also Viola Park.

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