Praise Given Washington, Daily Racing Form, 1922-04-27


view raw text

PRAISE GIVEN WASHINGTON LEXINGTON Ky April 20 The Ken tucky Jockey Club course this morning was so heavy that there was nothing of moment to report about exercise of the horses The sun is again shining this afternoon and the course is drying out It should be good Friday morning when the Hewitt pair Star ¬ tle and Washington are to have a trial with weight up Dan Connelly will ride Star ¬ tle and Walter Taylor will have the mount on Washington Trainer John I Smith today stated that they will be rigged and mounted as they are to appear in the Kentucky Derby except that the riders will not have on the colors Then the astute little trainer con ¬ fided this If it should be muddy at Church ¬ ill Downs May 13 it surely will be Washing ¬ tons race I do not believe there is a threeyearold that can beat him in the mud Oh he is such a powerful horse horseJohn John Gallagher today stated that he is hopeful that he may be able to dispose of all his horses even his yearlings in order that he may go out of business He is not well I want to dispose of all the horses that are mine individually he said today I have not been feeling well for some time and if I sell out I will go to some springs and rest up and try to get all right again I am willing to sell at a sacrifice in order to make a quick sale Ill sell for eighty cents on the dollar of the value of my horses he added addedJack Jack Phillips came over from Louisville this morning with Guy Gourmand Pirate McGee and Tulsa John Lowe brought over a half dozen including High Cloud Jou Jou Hold Me his own and three twoyearold fil ¬ lies the property of Edward Cebrian which have been named as follows Homping Mary by Von Thomp Mary ASleen Belle Amie by Von Tromp Ruth W and Eastern Star by Plaudit or Star Shoot Corfu

Persistent Link:
Local Identifier: drf1922042701_8_11
Library of Congress Record: