Galloping at Lexington, Daily Racing Form, 1922-04-20


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, ; I I GALLOPING AT LEXINGTON LEXINGTON, Ky., April 19.— The Kentucky Jockey Club track this morning was good, while the weather was bright and warm. The best move was that of Cornelius Fellowes Oaks candidate May Blossom, a mile in 1 :43y5 ; S. C. Nichols II. E. Coleman worked a mile in 1 :4435 ; Mayor T. C. Bradleys Yoshimi, candidate for the Kentucky Derby, a mile in 1 :45 : while Paris Maid, from Jack Bakers stable, worked a mile in 1 :44. Buddie Keane pulled up seven-eighths in 1 :32 and Juanita Fredrick ran a half in 50. Kay Spence has arrived from Louisville with twenty-one of the Montfort Jones horses, including all of the stars of the stable — Rouleau, Rockminister, Miss Joy and Fair Phantom. Mose Goldblatt was here this morning and proceeded to Louisville after reserving stalls for four horses and arranging for second call on jockeys Mack Garner and Danny Connelly. Bradley Wilson was here today en route from Chicago to Henderson, Ky., and had a meeting with representatives of a Pittsburgh steel company relative to the construction of a grandstand. He said that work is progressing on the preparation of the ground for the new track of the Green River Jockey Club. « » . .

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