Latest Turf News from Lexington: Part of B. J. Brannon String to Winter at Carr and Piatts Farm, Daily Racing Form, 1919-11-07


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L P ai M qi n: bi be ft ti a oi A v fl t t li I j LATEST TURF NEWS FROM LEXINGTON Part of B. J. Brannon String to Winter at Carr and Piatts Farm Waldeck Stable to New Orleans. LEXINGTON, Ky., November C. B. J. Brannon arrived from Louisville this morning to arrange witli Messrs. Carr and Piatt for winter pasturage and quarters for Drastic, Colonel Livingston, St. Bernard, Kingfisher and Blue Paradise, which are to sent over from Louisville within a few days, and for Miles Finlan and Spearlene, which were castrated yesterday and which are to be turned out about December 1. Green Grass has been running out for .several weeks and is doing well. T. P. Hayes today turnel out Lotbair and Shoot Away, which arrived from Louisville yesterday. W. J. Young, since his retnrn here from LouiSr ville. has castrated Bubbles ,and Sweep Jr. The former has been fired also and the latter has been turned out. Barney Schreiber was among the arrivals here today. He will go to Xew Orleans for the winter. John M. Goode is here from Louisville with eight horses. E. R. Bradley left Idle Hour Farm today for New York to remain ten days. Ham Kecne, after spending a .couple of days at Keeneland Farm, left tonight for Louisville, whence, he will go to New Orleans with the remnant of the Waldeck Stable, which has been reduced to five horses.

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