Camden Handicap Entries: Thirty-Three Nominations Received for Spring Feature, Daily Racing Form, 1924-03-03


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CAMDEN HANDICAP ENTRIES $ Thirty-Three Nominations Received for Spring Feature. Yalkyrie, Jinx of Harry Payne Whitneys Breeding Establishment, Is Head Latest Blue Grass Gossip. LEXINGTON, Ky., March 2. The Camden Handicap, ,000 added, one mile and a quarter, which is to be one of the features of the Kentucky Associations spring meeting, has thirty-three eligibles, as follows: Actuary, Belzoni, Sunspot, Graeme, Battle Creek, King Gorin II., Right on Time, San Vincente, Ballot Brush, Cherokee Lee, Alinka, Spellbinder, Chacolet, Hopeless, Best Pal, Barracuda, Llewellyn, Tender Seth, Nassau, Dream Maker, Dingo, Chittagong, Minto II., Guest of Honor, Anna M. Humphrey, Phil McCann, Wida, In Memoriam, Exodus, Moonraker, Solisa, Rinkey and Dazzler. Valkyrie, the "jinx" of Harry Payne Whitneys breeding establishment, is dead and there was none to mourn. Valkyrie, bred and owned by Mr. Whitney, was foaled in 1911, being by Hamburg Braw Lass, by Eolus: She went to the stud at three and at four produced Kuklux, by Broomstick. Ku-klux was a winner and he was all that Valkyrie ever brought her owner except trouble and expense. In 1916 she was barren, next year her foal died, in 1918 she was barren, in 1919 her foal died, in 1923 she had a dead foal, and a couple of days ago she died while foaling a colt that never breathed. There have arrived at the Whitney farm thus far this year twenty-one foals and there are over sixty mares yet to foal. Dally, dam of Hold Me, property of the Triple Farm, died during the week from impaction of the bowls. Dr. F. H. Sevin, of New Orleans, is at the Kentucky Association track with the horses Patsy Howe, Frances Sharp and Diocletian. A bay colt, brother to Sarazen, by High Time Rush Box, property of Dr. Marius Johnston, was foaled during the week. The mare will be returned to High Time. Phil T. Chinn is the owner of a two-year-old gelding brother to Sarazen that is training satisfactorily at Hinata Farm in charge of C. E. Patterson. Roy Carruthers arrived here today from New York to be the guest of J. O. Keene at Keeneland for a few days.

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