Many Out At Lexington: Fine Weather Brings Big Crowd to See Horses Work at Kentucky Association Course., Daily Racing Form, 1924-04-13


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! I : MANY OUT AT LEXINGTON Fine Weather Brings Big Crowd to See Horses Work at Kentucky Association Course. LRXIXCTON. ICy.. April 12.— This was a beautiful morning and the Kentucky Association track was alive with horses at exercise, while there were many persons present to observe them. Senator and Mrs. J. NT. Camden were among the visitors and had pleasure in seeing the colts and fillies, principally by Light Brigade, that Dan EL Stewart is training for the rmuster of Hartland Stud. They are a likely looking band and the watchers say there are several runners among them, though they were not permitted to extend thems.dves this morning. Senator Camden stated that he just ha.s had the misfortune to lose a three-day-old colt, by Brown 1rince. from Hermosa dam of Big Bertha and Clarence, by Oddfellow, she from My Beauty, by I.adas. The cause of death was undetermined, so the carcass wan sent to the experiment station at the Fni-versity of Kentucky for examination. John A. Payne of Cincinnti was a visitor. He came over to see his two-year-old colt. Music Master, by Darnrosch. from May L., in the string of Will Ierkins. He found the colt with bucked shins, but otherwise in tin* condition. Music Master has a reputation for speed. He has shown a quarter in r.iV, seconds, and In their yearling trials he could outrun Yanidoso. MTstress. the two-year-old half sister to Hopeless, by Amb.assador IV.. out of Kolinsky, the property of R S. Clark, of New York, had to be de-siroyed today. Several weeks ago she fell on the track and injured a knee. Efforts to save her were unavailing.

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