Latest Turf Gossip from Lexington, Daily Racing Form, 1923-05-02


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. * 1 ; LATEST TURF GOSSIP FROM LEXINGTON The stable that J. P. Folk brought here from Huntington comprises the horses High Cost, Lord Allen, Marine Corps, Lady Lillian, Far East and the two-year-olds Edna V. and Krekzunas. According to advices received here today I. Penman will ride the horses that Mose Goldblatt will campaign on the Kentucky tracks for Harry Payne Whitney. The boy at present is with the Goldblatt Stable at Churchill Downs, having come with the ten horses belonging to H. P. Whitney. Fred Melter. an employe of the pari-mutuels department, is confined to his room at the Phoenix Hotel suffering with a fractured shoulder, which injury he sustained by falling at the track Monday afternoon. Melter has charge of the mutuel departments on all the tracks of the Grand Circuit during the summer. Pluribus, T. W. OBriens horse now in his fifth year, and which has not started in a race since he finished third in the Blue Grass Stakes of 1921. going amKs just prior to the Kentucky Derby of that year, is once more training soundly under the care of John Whitlow. The son of Pluvious was fired last fall and wintered at the local track. He never looked better and should annex brackets before long. Charlie Patterson has in training three fine-looking two-year-olds, the property of W. R. Coe. They are all fillies and are by the Polymelian. They have been given the names of Elvina, Parking Place and Lady Belle. Patterson has also in charge three highly-regarded youngsters belongic* tPhil China and one the property of E.r,vaia B. McLean. This latter is a bay colt by Trout-beck — Opposition, and has been named Hor-gan, out of compliment to the manager of the Sinton Hotel in Cincinnati. _ « —

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