Buys Additional Land: Emil Herz Adds to Short Grass Farm-Perplexity to King Gorins Court, Daily Racing Form, 1922-04-03


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BUYS ADDITIONAL LAND Emil Herz Adds to Short Grass Farm — Perplexity to King Gorms Court. LKXINC.TON. Ky., April 2.— Emil Herz has bv purchase from Messrs. James C. Stone and John T Buckley added eighty -three acres of land and an excellent twenty -stall training barn, a tobacco barn, with capacity of fifty acres, which can be easily converted for housing of horses to the Short Crass Stud Farm on the Russell Cave Iike. It is that portion 01" what was the Kingston Farm, known an tract No. 2, tract No. 1 being the present Short Grass Stud Farm of 151 acres. This gives Ben and his associates 234 acres. The newly acquired proiK-rty is fifty-three acres in grass and thirty acres in barley and grass under the barley. Possession will be given Monday morning. Herz stated today that the tobacco barn will be rearranged for the use of horses. The latest foal at the Herz establishment is a bay colt by Short Crass Fair Helen. It came this morning. Two of W. B. Millers mares at Beaumont Farm foaled ladajr, Ilurakaii. by Incle. had 11 chestnut colt by Iltiinus. and June Rose, by Myraiu. had a bay filly by lltimi-s. * Clyde Van Onsen re[K rts the following foals at his farm near this city: Bay filly, by The Manager — Tokalon; chestnut filly, by The Manager — Dorothy Dean; chestnut filly, by Manager Waite — Marie Hyde, and chestnut colt, by Manager Waite — Dixie Marchmont. John D. Carrs Cactus Queen this morning had a fine bay colt bv E. F. Simms Theo. Cook. Lucas B. Coombs rei orts today a bay colt by The Manager — Chorus Girl, by Fitz Herbert. Col. R. L. Baker today staled that he had brought back from Cuba the fast mare Perplexity to be bred to King Corin. He sent Manicure, Mildred, Judge Budruw and J. C. Stone to Omaha in charge of William Hondas to rest up until the June meeting there. Whan they are to race again. He brought home Judge Iryor. Meliora. Colonel Lit. Moon Winks and Maysville. The latter was turned over to John Nichols. Others in the car were: The Pirate. Gonwithini and Easter Flower, the property of William Dondas. Emil Herz, when asked today concerning backing for the Keutuckv Derby, said: "The horses they are taking are Morvich. Lucky Hour, backed from 20 to 12 10 1; William A., now 20 to 1 : Startle was backed from 25 to 1 to 15 to 1; Runstar from 100 to 1 to 30 to 1; Good Times from 20 to 1 to 18 to 1 : Rockminister, backed by his trainer, former trainer and their connections and now 30 to 1 with me: Surf Rider, hacked by Madden and party from 40 to 1 to 15 to 1; John Finn, nibbled at around 20 to 1 ; the Bradley pair. Busy American backed down to 25 to 1, and Be Mosic, now 35 to 1: Dead-lok. the Shannon colt that has worked best of the eligibles at Louisville, backed from 50 to 1 to 25 to 1: Gentility, a few small taking at W ha 1. and Marble. Irish Brigadier and Northcliff 50 to 1. This latter horse has been backed with me for a goodly sum by a g»-nlenian in he East who is in I position to know whether or not he has a chance for the big race."

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