Latest Turf Notes From Lexington, Daily Racing Form, 1924-04-25


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Latest Turf Notes From Lexington LEXINGTON, Ky , April 21. The stable of Williams Brothers has ar-rived from Bouisville. Kay Spenee came in this morning from Bouisville with a division of the Audley Farm horses. Messrs. C. J. Fitz Gerald of New York and B. M. Kastman of Chicago were at the track this morning. Mrs. Thomas J. Began today received advice from the Jockey Club office that the name Thor, for the two-year-old bay colt by Thunderer — Sainotta. by Sain, is not available, and that the colt has been named Thundering. Julius G. Reeder, assistant to judge W. II. Shelley, racing secretary, has arrived from N.vv Orleans and taken tip his duties in the office at the track. He was acceanpanied by Mrs. Reeder aid they made the trip up from New Orleans on the n.vv steamer, "Cincinnati," to Louisville, and then came here by motor. Edward Cel rian reported the | pa . f a valuable foal, the property of Windermere Stud. it was a filly by Trootheck — Apparition, and therefore an own sister to Morgan ami half-sister 1., Fair Vision, a two-year-old daugh-t.i of Von Troup in Phil T. Chinns string at the Kentucky Association track. Fair Vision, by th.- way. worked three-eighths Wednesday afternoon for trainer Charles E Patterson in ::;"•.-. seconds.

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