Twenty Years Ago Today Chief Turf Events of Nov. 26,1902, Daily Racing Form, 1922-11-26

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Twenty Years Ago Today Chief Turf Events of Nov. 26, 1902. Racing at Benning and Ingleside. The longest-priced winner of the day was Ignacio at Benning. Jockey Ranch fattened his riding average when he rode Quiz and Proper to victory. It was a good day for favorites at Benning, all first choices being returned winners. Jockey Redfem continued his winning way when he scored with Ornature and Toscan in the first and third races at Benning. W. W. Darden, partner of John W. Schorr, arrived at Lexington today to attend the fall thoroughbred sales. He is looking for highbred young brood mares to mate to his stallion Algol. Charles S. Wilson and W. E. Applegate left Cincinnati today for San Francisco, taking Andy Blakelys jockey, Pieratt, who was severely injured on Lady Meddlesome at the recent Latonia meeting, with them. The string of H. M. Zeigler has been shipped from Latonia to Lexington to go into winter quarters. Trainer Hughes will remove the Zeigler yearlings, which have been broken by Dan OBrien, from the Kentucky Association course in the next few days. , Secretary of the interior department Hitchcock today gave to Sinson Cooper of Hot Springs, Ark., the privilege of using the water from the hot springs in his stable for the cure of debilitated and crippled horses. A large system of bathing stalls have been fitted up and there the crippled thoroughbreds will receive the same treatment that suffering humanity does. Sir Hugh, the property of W. B. Jennings, "showed an amazing flight of speed in the third race at Ingleside and won in a common canter. He began flat footed and ran greenly, but outclassed the other two-j-ear-olds from start to finish. W. B. Jennings made it a double for the day when Proper, another two-year-old from his stable, captured the puree in the closing race at Ingleside.

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