Lexington Turf News, Daily Racing Form, 1923-04-29


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j j ! j j : j I | i I i LEXINGTON TURF NEWS | SATURDAY. April 28, 1023. C. Bruce Head came over from Louisville for the opening days races. John J. Craig, ardent turf enthusiast and well known in Kentucky political activities, was a visitor for the opening. Former Inited States assistant treasurer Jewett Shouse came from his home in Kansas to be on hand for the opening. Senator J. N. Camden returned to Ken-| tucky this morning and was among the dis-j tinguished visitors during the afternoon. There were owners to leave for Louisville j after the racing, where they go to give their | j horses their needed gallops. They will be j j I back Monday. General manager Matt J. Winn was among the visitors from Louisville. He was ae-companied by Col. Andrew Vennie, resident manager of Churchill Downs. General manager Thomas C. Bradley was highly elated with the auspicious beginning and predicted that the present meeting would I i j rank with the banner ones in the history of, I this track. J William Snyder dispatched the fields today j •ad will continue to do so for the next four days, after which William Hamilton will take up the work and continue until the close of the meeting. Jockey Wr. Kelsay departed tonight for Louisville for the purpose of riding Prince IK. in his Derby trial at Churchill Downs Sunday morning. I.ouis Marshall, owner of .Prince K, was among todays visitors and he returned to Louisville tonight. .

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