Latest Lexington Gossip, Daily Racing Form, 1922-06-23


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] i I ; j 1 i j 1 ] j ! J 1 1 1 I » 3 LATEST LEXINGTON GOSSIP LEXINGTON, Ky.. June 22.— Captain P. M. Walker, owner of Pagebrouk Stud, Boyce, Ya., and Samuel Ross cf Washington are visiting the various stock farms in the Blue Grass section. Yesterday they saw the yearlings at Hhnyar Stud, Nursery Stud, Beaumont Farm and other places in Fayette County and today they are at Arthur B. Hancocks Claiborne Stud near Paris. Th"y plan to see the Kentucky Special at Latonia on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Salmon and Thom-! as J. Henley, trainer of Pillory and other horses belonging to II. T. Wilson, Jr., and likewise the horsee of Mr. Salmon, are expected here. After the racing at Latonia Saturday evening Mr. and Mis. Salmon will visit their farm near this city. While Mr. Henley will inspect the mares, foals and yearlings at Elrklevington Farm and they are to be entertained by Mrs. Ed Kane at Nursery Stud on Sunday for dinner. The WUson yearlings will be shipped from Kirkievington Farm to Eelmont Park in July to be broken. Charles F. Hill has decided to have his five-year-old bay marc Rcmana, by Out of Reach — Catalina, by Ben Brush, she out of Heatarina, by Commando, trained again. She will be shipped from Idle Hour Farm to New York with Johnny Millers next load East Rosnnns raced only once as a two-year-old and has since been turned out. She is regarded as sound, as her owner thinks she is a good prospect. «

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