Lexington Tomorrow: Spring Racing Season In Kentucky To Be Ushered In Saturday.; State Racing Commission To Meet Today To Issue Trainers and Jockeys Licenses., Daily Racing Form, 1924-04-25


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: I I I j j ! j i I j LEXINGTONTOMORROW « — Spring Racing Season In Kentucky To Be Ushered In Saturday. ♦ State Racing Commission To Meet Today To Issue Trainers and Jockeys Licenses. • LEXINGTON. Ky.. April 21.— One more day and flaprs will be flying at the Kentucky Association course. Saturday April 2*1. is openinsr day of spring racing in Kentucky.- Never before were Indications /more favorable for the greatest year racing has ever enjoyed in the Blue Crass state. There are more and better horses available for the coming meeting than has been the case in several years past. The track is in fine condition and the grounds never looked more beautiful. The weather is ideal and nothing remains undone to make the opening ,of the racing season here a big success. The Kentucky State Bacing Commission meets tomorrow noon to grant trainers and jockeys licenses, of which there are a large number of applications on file. There was sunshine and plenty of activity at the Kentucky Association track Wed day morning, but nothing phenomenal in the work of the horses. The schooling of two-I year-olds held greatest interest for train rs and spectators alike. The first hr for schooling is from 11 to* 12 and the second period is from 1:M until as long as they come. Th- re tire more than 300 two-year-olds in training here and it seemed as if the entire number appeared at the barrier during the day. Some are very proficient and others are not so good. About the best youngsters here are from the string that Ban K. Stewart is training for senator J. N. Camden. They are Splendidly bn ken and seem to know what it is all about when starter Bill Snyder releases the barrier. Mose Goldbtatt is here with Jockeys Ivan Parke and Walter Billy, and likewise Bobby Bowers, who looks after the engagements of the two boys. Qoldblatt has decided not to send over any cf the horses from Louisville for this meeting because of the scarcity of , stalls. Maurice Netistotter is snipping his three two-year-olds to Louisville today and will take some of Gotdbiatts bus i to Canada next month. Th- Neustetter trio are: How Bowers, l . .-, by Colonel Vennie Wondawhy; Robert Maxwell, ch. c, by Biek Welle-; -Crossover, and Chlo- B., b. f. by Ormondalo Shop Girl He bought them at Latonia ! October t; last and sent th. re here to be broken by t. l. pierce, lie stated today that he had refused SS.ono for i0vv Bovvers, which is an outstanding colt. Colonel W. K. Apple-ate. here for the meeting, was one i the spectators at the course Wednesday morning.

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