Latest Turf Notes From Lexington, Daily Racing Form, 1924-04-26


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! Latest Turf Notes From Lexington LEXINGTON, Ky., April 25. Pat Stanton is a recent arrival from Louisville. The only horse he brought was the four-year-old Nimrod. The usual rule of twelve limit in all races excepting stakes will be aelhered to. There will be a six eligible list, when entries are in excess of twelve to any one race. H. P. Headley announced today that he would ship Chaeolet east next Saturday to start her in the Dixie Handicap. Eddie Martin will possibly go along to ride the mare. Will Terkins has secured a contract on Teddy Barker, an English youth, who recently arrived in this country, and will give the youngster an opportunity to become a jockey. Andrew G. Leonard, formerly steward on the Kentucky Joe-key Club tracks, lias been notified of his apopintment as judge on a number of the tracks in Ohio and West Virginia. He will assume his duties at the opening of the Akron, Ohio, meeting. May 10. Martin Nathanson. who is in charge of the Leona Farm Stable, owned by John Hera, is highly encouraged by the steady improvement shown by the fine band comprising this establishment and is sanguine that the younger members of tho stable will respond to the severe questions asked e f them. Owner Herz is expected to be here during the meeting to witness se me of his representatives perform. He will be ae-companied by John McCullough and other friends. The Lei ma Farm colon will possibly be seen for the first time at this meeting in the Tobacco Stakes next Thursday. *

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