Good News for Chicago: W. S. Kilmer Wires Exterminator is Coming Irwin Brothers Big Stable Arrives, Daily Racing Form, 1922-09-21


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GOOD NEWS FOR CHICAGO W. S. Kilmer Wires Exterminator Is Coming Irwin Brothers Big Stable Arrives. W. S. Kilmers message yesterday to Judge Murphy announcing that Exterminator would be shipped here from Toronto at the end of the week was indeed pleasing news for Chi-cagoans interested in the revival of racing here. This message and a supplementary one later telling of Exterminators victory in the Toronto Autumn Cup for the third year in succession did more to arouse the enthusiasm of local followers of the sport than any previous announcement regarding the proposed meeting at Hawthorne. John Carey, who is taking care of the stabling, was instructed to have stalls bedded down and the best on the track reserved for the horse which has supplanted Man o War and Morvich in the affections of the American people. Carey was also instructed to bed down at the expense of the association all stalls for horsemen shipping here. Inquiries from followers of racing and horsemen continue to pour in. Billy Wagnon, trainer of "Gusher Bill" Rowes Pelican Stable, came over from Detroit. He reports that there are about thirty horses there ready to ship, including his own. William Dondas wrote from Omaha that there were 150 horses there and many of them would be shipped here. Charlie Hall and Sam Jones are also coming frqm Montreal. The days arrivals included the pretentious string of C. B. Irwin direct from Cheyenne. In the shipment were included the horses of his brother, Frank Irwin. The shipment was twenty-nine strong, including Motor Cop, champion sprinter at Tijuana last winter; Rifle, Regreso, Herder, Sedan, Dainty Lady, Bonnet o Blue, Clear Lake, Harry Rudder, Walter Dant, The Boy Favorite. Candegrey, Myrtle A., Ellen Smyth, Tom Craven, I. w. Harper, Woddie Montgomery and others. The stable of -Ike Weil, the local owner, will arrive Sunday from Louisville. The official family was increased yesterday when L. Montefiore Stein, well known local broker, accepted an invitation to serve as associate judge.

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