Progress At Ashland, KY.: J. O. Keene Says Building Operations Well Under Way--Late Breeding Farm News., Daily Racing Form, 1923-03-20


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PROGRESS AT ASHLAND KY KYJ J 0 Keene Says Building Opera ¬ tions Weil Under Way Lo te Breeding Farm News LEXINGTON Ky March 19 When J O Keene came home from Ashland to spend Sunday at the farm with his brother Ham who had come over from Louisville for the weekend he found a handsome brown colt by Pagan Pan the first of the get of that fast son of Luke McLukc and Black Bro ¬ cade at the sids of ICoom Khala a splen ¬ did daughter of Rock Sand He was so delighted with this colt that one could scarce get him to talk of the chances of Alice Blue Gown and Chittagong for the spring stakes or the progress that is being made with the construction of the new racing plant on the high bank of the Ohio River in the TriState section sectionWe We arc going along lively with the build ¬ ing of the race track and will be ready for the opening on July 10 he said as he was about to catch the train this morning for the scene of activities How about cur horses in training he responded when the inquiry was made Well Ham tells me that they are doing as well as he has ever had horses do It is too early to say what they will do but we think Alice Blue Gown has a good chance for the Kentucky Derby If Alice Blue Gown is ready without having to be pushed to be made so she will start in the Kentucky Derby and if she does she is apt to duplicate Regrets performance performanceColonel Colonel Phil T Chinn is back from New York and reports that he saw several of the trainers who are expecting to be here next Thuisday evening to attend the sale of the thoroughbreds of the H II Hewitt estate estateSenator Senator Joseph Ay Bailey departed Sunday rriorning for Dallas Texas He was quite impressed with the improvement there is in the appearance of his stallion Pataud This Frenchman is now in the hands of Henry Williams a capable horseman and he will have a better chance than he hitherto has had High Time in the same stallion barn also is in fine fettle for the beginning of the breeding season and he is in strong demand This horse is owned in partner ¬ ship by Admiral Gary Grayson Senator Jo ¬ seph AV Bailey and Colonel Phil T Chinn the admiral having onehalf and his part ¬ ners a quarter each eachJohn John S Wiggins owner of Military Stock Farm Bourbon County appears to have the record for males in the foalings this year Thus far there are live all colts at his place Four are by the imported stallion Atwell the property of Howard Oots they being out of Lady Hildreth Casaba Ethel Vale and Barkaud The fifth colt is by Flit tcrgold Lady Colonist Fred Cropper who returned several weeks ago from New Or ¬ leans is now at the Wiggins farm farmThe The first of the mares Clendening Tlyan has at Beaumont Farm to foal this season is Alverda a daughter of the English Derby winner Orby She has a chestnut colt by Sea King KingTwo Two more of the mares bought by Edward Cibrian from the A K Macomber sale in Now York in December have foaled fillies War Stories has a chestnut daughter by Sea Sick and Hurry Up IF has one by McKinley Cebrian bought seven others that are in foal the total being ten out of four ¬ teen one of which was not bred bredC C T Vorthington has been confined to his room at the Leland Hotel in this city for several days but it now is stated that his condition is much improved Qiuenloch has a chestnut filly by Short Grass at the Short Grass Stud

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