Lexington Turf Gossip, Daily Racing Form, 1923-04-06


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LEXINGTON TURF GOSSIP BEXINOTON. Ky.. April 5.— The first consignment of horses from Tijuana arrived at the Kentucky Association track yesterday. Among the horses were fie belonging to Shafer and Conway, two for Colonel Robert E. Baker and one for French Brooks. William Cain has wired from Mobile for sixteen stalls. Superintendent Keegan is having trouble in quartering the horses, as there are now more on the grounds than ever before. Starter William Snyder came from Eouis-ville yesterday, accompanied by assistant George Paul. They will begin at once in schooling the youngsters at the barrier. Jockey Earl Pool spent the day here yesterday. He will ride this year for the stable of William Perkins. At present he weighs 119 pounds, but expects to get down to normal before the racing season opens. Pool said that his brother Will would be here for the Lexington meeting. He stated that he would rule for Montfort ,1c nes. who will campaign about sixteen horses in Kentucky this ear. Hadherway. the good brood mare for which Jouett Beed paid ,900 at the Hewitt dispersal sale, and her foal by Prince Pal died yesterday at Mr. Reeds farm on the Newton pike. At R. T. Wilsons Kirklevington Stud the Star Shoot mare Hypathia yesterday foaled a chestnut filly by Camplire and is to be returned to the same sire. John ". Gallaher reached home today from Phoenix. Ariz., where he has been spending the winter for the benefit of his health. Joe Hawkins will move his stab!- to Eou-isville about April -0. Startle, which is in the Hawkins stable, is training well and owner Prank Hudson is much pleased with her prospects.

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