Good Lexington Entries, Daily Racing Form, 1922-08-20


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GOOD LEXINGTON ENTREES LEXINGTON, Ky., August 19. Managing director Sewell Combs, presiding steward Robert L. Baker and racing secretary William H. Shelley are well pleased with the entries to the races for the first day of the Blue Grass Fair, which is to open here Monday. The racing will begin promptly at 2 p. m. There are forty-five horses named for the six races, each of which has a purse of 1922.sh00. Two carloads of yearlings, one billed to Mcse Lowenstein and the other to J. C. Milam, arrived today from Saratoga. In the car with the Milam yearlings came Hal Price Headleys Hopeless and a steeplechaser sent by Frederick Johnson. The Timber Topper went to Beaumont Farm to be turned out, while Hopeless went to the Kentucky Association track and rejoined the Headley string in charge of W. Buford. John Miller came in yesterday noon from New York with four English mares and a yearling, which were just off the boat, they having been purchased at the July sales. Two of the mares are the property of W. J. Salmon and went to his farm near here. One is Rose Drop and the other is Biplane. The other two mares and the yearling are the property of Frederick Johnson, the yearling being a brown colt by Brown Prince Derby China. Miller will leave here tomorrow morning for Saratoga with the stallions King James and War Star and the brood mare Franks Daughter and her suckling chestnut colt by Superman. They are the property of the estate of Henry T. Oxnard and are to be sold at the Blue Ridge Stud dispersal August 28 and 29. He also is taking three yearlings from Idle Hour Farm, two the property of George W. Loft and the other the property of T. J. Shaw.

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