Anxious About the Kentucky Dates, Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-01


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r • ANXIOUS ABOUT THE KENTUCKY DATES LEXINGTON. Ky., February 28.— Charles Den-uian. assistant to trainer John Ix we, who is in Cuba. a came over from Louisville and this afternoon shipped to Douglas Park High Cloud, which has been running out at Beaumont Farm, and War Idol. Hold Me. Whirling Dun. Isosceles and Jou Jou. which were wintered at Keeneland Farm. By the way, about every third person one meets now is asking whether the Lexington meeting will open April 22 or April 29, and whether the Ken tackjT Derby will be run on Slay 6 or May 13. The Kentucky State Racing Commission has not fixed the dates as yet and it is not known here when there will be a meeting, chairman Camden being in California, General manager Matt J. Winn of tie-Kentucky Jockey CM is in New York and has not been heard from on the subject of dates since the Pimlico folks fixed the running of the Preakness Stakes for May 13. A definite announcement from the Kentucky Jockey Club as to what dates it will request the state racing commission to sanction would be welcomed by the horsemen and public generally, especially those who desire to engage rooms at Louisville for Derby day. Mrs. Wilfred Yiaus Workmaid. dam of Dun-boyne. fouled a chestnut filly by Omar Khayyam at A. B. Hancocks Clailwrne Stud this week. Mose I»wenstein arrived here last night from New Orleans and will remain until after the spring races. Miller Henderson was here today from lAMiisville. . »

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