Late Lexington Gossip, Daily Racing Form, 1923-04-07


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■ LATE LEXINGTON GOSSIP LEXINGTON. Ky.. April 6. — Senator Johnson X. Camden and his visitors. Senator Clarence Watson of West Virginia and Graene Turnbull of Xew York, were out to see his horses work. He has named one horse Clarence and another Graene in theii honor. Colonel E. R. Bradley and Barry Shannon, -owner and manager of Idle Hour Stock Farm, have arrived from Palm Beach, Fla. Mr. Biadiey will depart in a few days for Xew York. Judge William H. Shelley and Gene Elrod came up from Louisville and spent the day at the local track, and Julius G. Reader came from Mobile and departed this morning for Huntington, W. A" a. David Oppenheim of Xew York was a visitor at William Perkins barn, where he saw his Delhi colt, which later worked a quarter in 23 in the mud. S. J. Kelley and jockey Willie Meyer spent the day here, where they left their horses at Clyde Van Dusen"s farm and journeyed on to Baltimore. William E. Caskey today sold to Elmer Hupp, local oil man, the brown filly Broom Dance, by Sweep — Pan Maid, and to Dr. F. A. Wehle a half sister to Easter, by Huon. Phil T. Chinn will move in six two-year-olds from Hinata Farm to the local track Saturday. Johnny Miller left for New York with the horses Fabian and Our Star, which are the property of the Riviera- Stable and go to trainer Fred Tarel. Walter Grater will ship his horses this week to Huntington, W. Ya., and S. T. Baxter, who got in from Havana, will ship to the same place.

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