Late Lexington Gossip, Daily Racing Form, 1922-12-24


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I LATE LEXINGTON GOSSIP LEXINGTON, Ky., December 23. Shadow Lawn, the eight-year-old bay gelding by The Commoner Black Sleeves, by Sir Dixon, has been sold by 13. C. Davis, who has a stable at the Kentucky association track, to S. J. Macey of Avon, N. Y., and he is to be used for cross-country purposes. Acting for B. Jones, owner of Crystal Spring Farm, Davis also sold to J. E. Smallwood of London, Ont., twro mares, Tickolette, seven-year-old, by Dalhousic Tickle, by Filigrane, and Tickle, eighteen-year-old, by Loved One Sounding Brass, by Kendal. Dr. Robert McCully, who has been here for a couple of days applying the firing iron to the knees and ankles of several horses in the stable of Messrs. E. R. Bradley and J. C. Milam, departed this morning for New York. Colonel Phil T. Chinn, accompanied by Mrs. Chinn and their daughter Eleanor, arrived in Lexington yesterday. Colonel Chinn stated that the twenty-eight thoroughbreds he bought in England are due to arrive In New York next week on the Mes3aba. They will come direct from the boat to Ilimyar Stud.

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