Latest News from Blue Grass State: Jeff Livingston Buys Several Horses-Emil Herz Visits Short Grass Stud, Daily Racing Form, 1919-11-05


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LATEST NEWS FROM BLUE GRASS STATE Jeff Livingston Buys Several Horses Emil Herz Visits Short Grass Stud. LEXINGTON, Ky., November 4. Jefferson Livingston, who came to Lexington Sunday night and spent all of Monday visiting breeding farms inspecting and pricing weanlings, departed last night for Chicago, saying that he had purchased four youngsters and has on deals that he believes will secure six more for him. From Howard Oots Jie bought one by Ballet and one by Brum in el, from John S. Barfoee one by Brummel and from John H. Wiggins one by Jack Atkin. The youngsters are to be assembled at Walter S. Paynes Mnploton Farm and kept there until they are ready for breaking next year. Emil Herz arrived hero last night for his monthly visit to the Short Grass .Stud. He will remain here about three days, maybe longer. If a couple of English travelers in the United States decide to accept his invitation to see some of the Blue Grass Stud and its establishments. Adele, the four-year-old daughter of Burgomaster, recently acquired by Herz, and Appleton Wiske, the five-year-old daughter of Picton, arrived here last night from New York. Both are to be mated witii Short Grass next season. Herz said it is intended that Short Grass will be limited to twenty-five mares. He also stated that. he is negotiating for another stallion, "a grand horse now in Kentucky," lie said. Jack Bakers string of racers, including King Gorin, arrived here last night from Louisville and have gone into winter quarters at the local track. James II. Baker, having changed his mind about going to New Orleans, left here last night for Louisville to ship his string of ten to Lexington for the winter. Lige Brewster came in from Louisville today and announced that he will open a public stable here in February. J. II. Tcvis spent today here preparatory to his trip to New Orleans, whither he is taking James Foster, Seourgemau and Alf Vezina. John T. Ireland left last night for Havana.

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