Exterminator--Firebrand: Swift and Staying Sons of McGee Clash This Afternoon in the Clark Handicap., Daily Racing Form, 1922-05-20


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EXTERMINATOR FIREBRAND Swift and Staying Sons of McGcs Clash This Afternoon in the Clark Handicap HandicapLOUISVILLE LOUISVILLE Ky May 19 The gallant Exterminator winner of a Kentucky Derby numerous cup races in various parts of this country and Canada and generally regarded as the iron horse of tho present day is scheduled to make his 1922 Kcntuclry debut in the 10000 added Clark Handicap the feature attraction at Churchill Doivns to ¬ morrow afternoon Never was the son of McGec Fair Empress in better condition than at the present time as he has raced in Maryland since early spring and since coming here has a workout of one and one eighth miles in 1 52 to his credit He will be bei i forced to shoulder the top impost 133 pounds but he is accustomed to burdens of this kind and thus far they have failed to stop him himI I Trairer Gene Wayland is confident that his big horse will be returned the winner Jockey A Johnson who piloted Morvich to victory In the Kentucky Derby last Satur ¬ day will be astride tho chestnut gelding and this assures his being well taken care of in the race raceChief Chief contention for Exterminator Is ex ¬ pected to come from Firebrand Jefferson 1 Livingstons recent 40000 acquisition which will be sent to the post by trainer John S Ward This is another son of McGee and andI I he is as fit as can bo as a trial of a mile in 133 at tho Downs several days ago indicates Jockey H J Burke will be as ¬ tride him Owner Livingston journeyed down from Chicago to sco his noted horse race tomorrow

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