Preparing For Saturdays Racing, Daily Racing Form, 1921-04-22


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PREPARING FOR SATURDAYS RACING LEXINGTON Ky April 21 The State Racing Commissions license committee is meeting today and will have its report ready for presentation to the commission when it meets tomorrqw It is stated that no application from II G Bedwell for a trainers license was before the committee An application it was stated was forwarded in jury by Bedwell to secretary Edward G Stoll but was later withdrawn withdrawnJohn John Lowe today sent The Pirate and Trompeur two of Edward Cebrians horses to Keeneland Farm to be turned out until autumn autumnA A fine bay colt by Von Tromp Little Buttercup the property of Edward Cebrian was foaled at Keeneland Farm FarmGene Gene EIrod who lias charge of the parimutuel force at the Kentucky track reported for duty this morning morningWork Work watchers at the Kentucky Jockey Club track seem to be generally of the opinion that there is no outstanding twoyearold in training here The juveniles thus far have shown trials of so much uniformity that it will take racing to de ¬ termine whether or not there are any of unusual merit meritThe The stables of B R Bradley T C McDowell J N Camdeu and Montfort and B B Jones are considered to have best prospects for the develop ¬ ment of stars starsNothing Nothing particularly brilliant has been shown by any of the youngsters Thomas P Hayes is training for Harry Payne Whitney WhitneyThe The most rapid starters at the barrier school conducted by assistant starter William Snyder seems to be the get of Bulse owned by James W Parrish and trained by James Clayton

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