Lexington Track Is Now Deserted, Daily Racing Form, 1921-05-06


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LEXINGTON TRACK IS NOW DESERTED LEXINGTON Ky May 5 A special train of fifteen cars which left this afternoon and another shipment of half si dozen cars tonight to Louisville leaves few horses at the Kentucky Jockey Club course here Among those which departed tonight was II Neusteter with a carload that are to be shipped to Canada next Tuesday Neusteter yester ¬ day bought from Mode Nicoll the twoyearold Lady Rochester sister to Judge Budrow and he made an offer of a good price to AVhitney Moore for Jouett but it was refused refusedThomas Thomas Piatt today bought from Robert Frakes the twoyearold filly Patsy Lee by Delhi Tros Joli halfsister to Donahu and sent her to his farm with the intention of reserving her for breed ¬ ing purposes though he may conclude to race her a little next fall She has never started startedSamuel Samuel I Riddle and Mrs Riddle and Mr and Mrs AValter M Jeffords after a visit this morning to Hinata Farm to see Man o AAar Golden Broom and their mares and fouls spent the afternoon visiting other farms Joseph E AAidener spent today at his Elmendorf Farm He is authorizing a number of improvements at this splendid place placeDan Dan AAr Scotts High AVind by Master Robert has a bay filly by Under Fire and now goes to the court of Sir John Johnson

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