Latest Turf Gossip from Lexington, Daily Racing Form, 1923-05-09


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t LATEST TURF GOSSIP FROM LEXINGTON LEXINGTON, Ky., May X. ; Trainer Cannon arranged during the after- -- I noon to transfer the G. Drumheller horses to :o I Louisville. The latest foal at the E. C. Cebrian farm m . Troutbeck Hall Boom, by was a filly by — Ballot. Former jockey Roscoe Goose, in charge of the J. S. Ward stable, will ship the extensive band that he will race at Churchill Downs to Louisville tonight. J. T. Irelands Wayward Lass foaled a bay eett by P.laek Toney at the Idle Hour Stock1. Farm. The colt is highly regarded and is i ] Shannons much sought ! a brother to Harry after Phoebe Snow. J. C. Milam and jockey J. Owens came to-the parting of the ways late yestenDy when the trainer gave the rider back his eontract.1 Owena returned to Louisville this aftarnooa i in company of EL T. Watt, for whom he will i ! ride. Milam contracted with Owens last fall . j at the LatoaJa meeting to ride for him this. year, but the riders work has not been up to expectation* and it resulted in the contract being returned to him. Bfoee Goldblatt came over from Louisville this morning to take in the racing. He reports his horses going along splendidly in their training. The bOrt s he has for Harry Payne Whitney are also coming on fir.e. Jaaaea Roare is expo. -ted next week at Chur-I j chill Downs with the others of the Harry! i Payne Whitney representat ives. Including those that will be started in his colon la I th ? Kentucky Derby. Ac-cording to Gold-j Matt. Kowe has not yet decided which colts, 1 will go in the Derby, but it is certain to be j I two or more.

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