Two Speedy Two-Year-Olds: Attracting Attention at Lexington Track--Program Book for Meeting Ready April 10., Daily Racing Form, 1924-04-07


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| , ā–  ! ; i | I c I I I ! , I | I I I I I TWO SPEEDYTWO-YEAR-OLDS Attracting Attention at Lexington Track ā€” Program Book for Meeting Ready April 10. LEXINGTON, Ky.. April Cā€” There are two fillies at the Kentucky Association track that have set the work watchers wondering about their speed. Both are two-year-olds. One is the chestnut daughter of Light Brigade anal Satin in the string that Danny Stewart has in training for Johnson N. Camden, president of the Kentucky Jockey Club, and the other is the brown daughter of Tea Caddy and High Stakes, the property of Fred I. | Foster, a local meat man, who bred her and likewise trains her. The Satin filly, with jockey W. Kelsay up, worked three-eighths mile in 3." Saturday morning, while the High j Stakes filly, with a colored exercise boy in the saddle, worked the same distance Fri- j day morning in 35 2-5. The Satin filly, which was bred by Senator Camden, is a ; sister to Prodigy, Chalmette and Black Satin. Satin is by Peter Quince, from Nuns Cloth, by Melton. Nuns Cloth was the dam | of the fast horse Marse Henry and the good . I mare Casuarina. The High Stakes filly is a sister to the i i winner Jack Frost, High Stakes being by i : Fair Play, from Haute Boche. sister to Hour-| less, by Bock Sand. Being by Tea Caddy. I this filly carries a double cross of the blood j . of Bock Sand, the sire of Tracery and like- i j wise of Mahubah, the dam of Man o War. | High Stakes about ten days ago foaled a nice filly by Sweep and was returned to that j good son of Ben Brush. I Judge W, H. Shelley today said that the i program book for the spring meeting of the ! Kentucky Asscciation. which is to open April I 2G, will be ready for distribution to horsemen about April 10. John Callaher, who spent the winter in Xorth Carolina, is here and looking and feeling much better after his rest. The following foals by John S. Barbees | stallion Troutbeck were reported Saturday : | John H. Morris Besult, a brown filly; Olli e D. Randolphs Lady Fanchon. a bay colt ; ] ] Dr.- D. B. Knoxs Maifou, a brown colt, and i George A. Saportas Lotta Creed, a bay colt. Colonel Phil T. Chinn, who has been ill for about three weeks, was able to be at the Kentucky Association track this morning to jsee the horses Charles K. Patterson is train-! 1 ing for him. These horses were wintered at Hinata Farm and were moved into the track I I I a couple of days ago. Battle Creek is among I j them. Torchbearer, now owned by Clyde Van Dusen and Colonel Phil T. Chinn, is coming into prominence as a sire of two-year-old ! j winners, he now having three for this year, j i Kd OConneil has succeeded Frank Wright as trainer of the horses of Pat Knebelkamp .at the local track. William Dondas, after a visit here to see j his horses, today returned to his home at j Latonia.

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