Jones Stable Returns to Kentucky, Daily Racing Form, 1922-02-01


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JONES STABLE RETURNS TO KENTUCKY. The Montfort Jones stable will be shipped back Io I pBjisrillr, Ky . tomorrow morning by trainer Kay BpeSCO. It was lightened to some extent since its arrival in Decetaher, Athlete and Consolation, both two-year-olds, having been disposed of at private sale, while a ileal that is expected to be consummated this morning is hauging fire for Hambone and rati sltr a. aNo two rear slea. Bpeare will take jockeys E. Scobie and H. Sttttts back with him. The n.- in division -if the lines establishment. Which is at Douglas Park, has been reinforced by the arrival there from Lexington of Miss Joy, Fair Phantom. Pegasus and several Others that were tinned out last autumn. James T. Looney departed for his home in Islington Ky., Monday night after a three weeks stay. While he was on the train yesterday Cam "linage, one of his heroes, won a race at the Fair Grounds. Jockey Mack Garner was still confined to his bed with iliness yesterday. His cold took a turn for the worse, but his physician said tiiat he will be able to ride within a few days. Starter A. P.. Hade took one worry off his mind today and burdened hastes** with another. He part Hustler on the schooling list and lifted the ban against Columbia Tenn. which has been barred from starting since early in December. John Halpin. prominent in -porting and political eilvles in Kansas City, came in today. He intends to take in the Fair Grounds racing for several weeks. Slake blanks for the rich races to be offered by the Kentucky Jockey Club, including the hB10,000 added Kentucky Derby, will be distributed among the horsemen at the Fair Grounds within the next few days. Entries for these events will clo-e on February U. The following were the nominations made to Hie OassSS Handicap of S-.-KMi added, for three year olds and over, at a mile and a sixteenth, to be run next Saturday: Blarney Stone. Costigan. Wade Mclmore, Huuga Buck. Guy, Pit. Gourmand. Veto. Lucky B., Iuited Verde. Tom Hare Jr.. Courtship, Manoevre, Bygone Days. Sands of Pleasure, Slippery Mini, Irish Kiss and Ginger.

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