Lucky Hour Turned Out: Southern Maryland Handicap Winner to Rest Up for Winter in Kentucky, Daily Racing Form, 1922-12-11


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LUCKY HOUR TURNED OUT Southern Maryland Handicap Winner to Rest Up for Winter in Kentucky. NEW YORK, N. Y., December 10. The Lexington-Xalapa Farm horses Missionary, Southern Cross, Bon Homme, Poe and Prelude, now at Bowie in charge of Roy Wnl-dron, will be shipped to the Fair Grounds next week to fill their New Orleans engagements, according to James McClelland, manager of the stable, who will leave New York in ten days for that point. Jockey A. Schuttinger, who will ride the Lexington-Xalapa Farm horses this winter at the Fair Grounds, will leave after the holidays for the course from his home in Laurel, Md. The Lexington-Xalapa string numbered eleven horses in the spring. Good Time and Draft were sold during the Saratoga meeting and John Paul Jones recently changed hands. Lucky Hour has been sent to the Xalapa Farm at Lexington for the winter. My Play has been taking things easy at that point since the running of the Kentucky Derby, when he went wrong. Runstar, which has been in charge of Mr. McClelland, has been returned to his owner and is now at the A. B. Spreckels farm at Napa, Cal. Charles Hughes, superintendent of the Simms estate in Saratoga, left for an extended pleasure trip in California. He will make the rounds of his friends and spend I the winter enjoying the balmy air of the southwest coast. i i

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