Startle and Stablemates: In String of J. S. Hawkins to be Shipped from Lexington to Churchill Downs Shortly, Daily Racing Form, 1924-03-06


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STARTLE AND STABLEMATES In String of J. S. Hawkins to Be Shipped from Lexington to LEXINGTON. Ky., March 5. The six horses that J. S. Hawkins has in training at the Kentucky Association track, will be shipped to Louisville, where their preparation for the spring racing will be completed at Churchill Downs. The string embraces the following: Startle, five-year-old daughter of Star Hawk and Inspiration, the property of Frank Hudson of Lexington. Miss Mischief, three-year-old daughter of Dick Finnell and Fontarabia dam of Cherokee and Fanny De Coursy, property of Mc-Brayer Moore of Danville. Sam Lerch, four-year-old son of Great Britain and Mary Le Bus dam of Billy Barton, property of J. S. Hawkins and Co. The other three are the property of J. S. Hawkins and are: Tl. E. Clark, b. g, 4, by Pataud Dicker, by Ogden. Saraband, ch. c, 3, by The Manager Hazzaza, by Cunard. Blue White, b. c, 3, by Sain Semprite, by Sempronius. These horses were turned out all winter and are "in splendid health, but will not be ready for racing until the Churchill Downs meeting. John Lowe has arrived here from New Orleans and is having the stable at the Kentucky Association track to be occupied by Frederick Johnsons horses, put in shape, j Lowes engagement with Johnson dates from March 1 and he will transfer the horses from Johnsons winter quarters, adjoining Beaumont Farm as soon as the stable is ready. Three horses owned by Lowe and now in training at Louisville, will be brought here also. They are Starbeck, Moms Boy and Mikado.

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