Latest Lexington News: Kentucky Jockey Club in New Offices-Many Foals at Breeding Farms, Daily Racing Form, 1922-04-23


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I LATEST LEXINGTON NEWS Kentucky Jockey Club in New Offices — Many Foals at Breeding Farms. LEXINGTON. Ky., April 22.— The Kentucky Jockey Club today abandoned its downtown ofTke in the Fayette National Bank Building for their offices just completed at th - race course. Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Jeffords are here to remain until after the rare meeting and ■re civin; attention to the arrangement of the farm they recently purchased from Col. Louis Lee Ilaggin. John S. Barbee baa purchased from J. H. Baker the young mare Camilla S.. by Or-moiidale — Dolly Higglns. by Migraine, second d:un Francis McClelland, by Bermuda, next dam Sallie McClelland, by Hindoo. She will be mated with Kscoba. I;t Orb. the two-year-old colt by Orb— La Lax, bred and owned by Dr. I. K. Clark of Texas and trained by Sid Berry at the local track, has bucked shins after working a half in 50% and is out of the Idle Hour Stakes for which he was being pointed. Barbees Prim Button, by Bachelors Button, has a brown Hilly- by Sweep and his Sweet Mar-jorio, by Goldfinch, has a bay colt by Sweep. Other recent foals at Glen Helen Stud are: W. A. Sheas brown colt by Sweep — Flying Cinder, by Plaudit; II. K. Knapp s brown colt by Hourless — Sprite, by Waterboy, brown colt by Frizzle — Sandspit, by Rock Sand, and a bay colt by Frizzle — Sanwich. by Huon ; Samuel Ross chestnut filly by High Time — Crankie, by Charles Kdward. and a chestnut colt by Pennant — Toucan, by Star Ruby ; T. P. Hi yes bay colt by Sweep — Sasenta, by Eyebrow, and A. A. Reillys bay colt by Torehb arer — Josie A., by Superman. Senator J. W. Baikys Brandon Belle, by Voter, has a bay filly by Horron and lias been bred to lataud. Ten of the most recent foals at Beaumont are the property of W. B. Miller of New York. They are: Bay filly by Ultimus — June Rose, by Myram ; chestnut colt by Ultimus — Hurikan, by Uncle ; chestnut CHy by Ulti I mo.? — Grace Dixon, by Sir Dixon ; chestnut colt by Uncle — Ivabel half sister to Old Rosebud, by Ogden ; bay filly by Dick Fin-nell — Juack, jjy Ogden ; bay filly by Brown Prince — Blakeslee, by Yankee ; chestnut filly i by Uncle — Hestia, ly Rabelaise ; bay filly by I Brown Prince — Continental, by Yankee : bay : filly by Brown Prince — Event, by Adam; I I 1 bay colt by Rapid Water — Vanity Box, by Uncle. Lady Paramont dam of Lady Mountjoy. by Hastings, has a chestnut filly by Uncle and Clara J. dam of Texas Special and Albert A., by Water cress, has a bay colt by Cade. Both are the properly of Hal Price Headley. G. W. J. Bissells Icaria. by Sanders, has a chestnut filly by Rapid Water and has been returned to Raiiid Water. Icaria is the last of the Bisse-11 mares to foal this season. The following of the above-named mares have been bred to Brown Prince this season: June j Base, Ivabel, Hestia and Continental. The following I were mat. d with Tiie Finn: Blakeslee, I Hnritaa and Brent. Grace Dixon went to Tea Caddy, Quack to Huon II. and Vanity Box to Torch! -earer. Lady Taramont goes : to Cncle and Clara J. to High Time. Ed Cooper of St. Louis here today stated that he had visited his uncle, Carroll Reirt. of Houstonville at a hospital in Louisville , and found him to be improved, though yet quite a sick man. He has submitted to four operations for bladder trouble without taking an anesthetic. Reid trained The Picket when he won the American Derby and Brooklyn Handicap, and he now is the owner of a yearling by Fair Play, from Loca Lynne, by Lochryan, which is said by good judges to be one of the finest youngsters in Kentucky. ♦

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