Numerous Sunday Visitors: Many Out to See Horses Training at Both Tracks--C. W. Clark Horses Arrive., Daily Racing Form, 1921-03-21


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NUMEROUS SUNDAY VISITORS Many Out to See Horses Training at Both Tracks C W Clark Horses Arrive LOUISVILLE Ky March 20 The usual large crowd of Sunday visitors was on hand at both of the local tracks this morning and a number of horses were put through their paces at the two courses A high wind made fast moves out of the question questionThe The C W Clark stable which has two Kentucky Derby eligibles in it Inited Verde and White Star came in from Xew Orleans today in charge of trainer George V Barnes Jockey Steve Wida contract rider for the Clark establishment also arrived from the Crescent city citySeven Seven horses owned by Joseph 31 Hubbard local horseman got in today from Mobile They were purchased for their present owner at Shreve port and Mobile by Dr S A Uradley paddock judge at tlie three Kentucky tracks and are in ¬ tended for halfmile racing later in the year Dr Bradley came in from Mobile today todayS S M Henderson has gone to Howie where his horses were shipped from Xew Orleans OrleansDan Dan Lehan reports the arrival of a chestnut colt foul by Beaverkill Hose King at his farm at Jef fersontown This is the first product of the Ogden stallion which is now in training at Howie HowieFor For the first time since she was retired to the stud Rronzewing also owned by Lehan failed to foal this year She was mated with Dodge last spring springTdm Tdm OHern will take two horses to Lexington to race for Baylor Ilickman local iron magnate and clubman in addition to several of his own Mr Hickmnn has entered the ranks of thoroughbred breeders on a large scale but he has been usually unfortunate this year as five of his mares slipped foals OHern wintered Green Jones for F St John Detroit sportsman uiid the old horse looks as though he may finally stand training as he worked fiveeighths of a mile in 108 yesterday He has been on the shelf for a long time due to a bad leg legJames James Everman will not send his horses to Lex1 Ington this spring but will begin the season when Churchill Downs opens

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