Latest Turf Gossip from Kentucky, Daily Racing Form, 1922-01-27


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— w LATEST TURF GOSSIP FROM KENTUCKY LBXIXGTOX, Ky.. .lanuary °! _xhe first foal of the sea-on at Senator .1. N. amd-ns Hartland Rtad is a bay colt by Light Brigade -Madena. by Ben Brush. Senator Camden is expected home from the la-i today and will be proaeal at Frank fort Friday afternoon for the hearing on the Lee anti-racing bill. Sam C. Nuckols of Versailles, one of the stewards of the race meeting a! Kentucky Jockey Club tiaeka, has recovered from » recent operation for the removal of his tonsils. John I. Smith, trainer of H. H. Hewitts racing stable, has returned from his visit to Havana and New Orleans. Senator Joseph W. Bailey left last night for his home at Ilalla-. Tex. Henry Oliver of Pittsburgh. Pa., one of the owners of Kfernal. spent .v-sterday at Xalapa Farm anil was highly complimentary over the appearance of all of K. F. Sinims thoroughbreds, and especially so of Negofol. "He is a vastly improved horse," said he. "and now looks nothing like the stallion that came over the water in the autumn of 1921." Jockey Willie Median, who was suspended indefinitely la-t September by the Blue Crass Fair -tevvanls. ha- been reinstated. «

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