Blue Grass State News, Daily Racing Form, 1922-10-26


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BLUE GRASS STATE NEWS LEXINGTON. Ky., October 25. There Jg an epidemic of coughing among the horsea quartered at the Kentucky Association course, but is not considered to bo serious, though annoying to the horses, their trainers and attendants. "William King has gone to Klkins Park, Pennsylvania, to bring to Lexington fifteen mares, the property of George D. AVidener. They are to be quartered at Hinata Farm, a portion of which has- been leased for a short term by Mr. Widener from Senator Joseph W. Bailey. King will be in charge of tho Widener mares here. Henry Williams is in charge of Hinata Farm. Pataud and High Time will stand there the coming season, Senator Bailey having bought Pataud outright and having acquired a one-quarter interest in High Time, Phil T. Chinn owning one-quarter ami Admiral Cary T. Grayson one-half. High Time is to be removed from Haylands to Hinata tomorrow. William E. Caskey of Lexington has purchased the mare Furbelow, half sister to Bunting, from Shafer and Conway and may return her to the stud next season. Phil T. Chinn has purchased from J. C. Milam the yearling chestnut filly by Fair Play Benoni, by Ben Stromc, and will reserve her for the stud. She carries a double infusion of Ben Or in the third remove.

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