Latest Turf Notes From Lexington, Daily Racing Form, 1924-04-27


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Latest Turf Notes From Lexington LEXINGTON, Ky., April 26. Goodloe McDowell and Allen Gallaher served as honorary stewards in the stand with C. W. Hay, the regular steward. Jockey Ivan Parke will be fir.-t rider for the Greentree Stable during this meeting. His engagements will be made by It. Bowers. The Louisville delegation was particularly extensive, . considering the unpropitious weather. Most of them returned to Louisville in the evening. S. N. Holman came from Huntington to attend the opening. His horses have been here for some time and will be campaigned in Kentucky until the close of litonia. Reverend Thomas I* Settle, who championed racings cause before the senate committee at Frankfort during the last legislative session, was an interested spectator of the racing. J. O. Keene came over from Ashland to attend the opening. He stated that work was progressing fast at Raceland and that the plant was fast reaching a stage of perfection. William Snyder did the starting and will officiate for the first five days, to be succeeded by starter Hamilton. Snyder will do the starting during the first halt" term of all the Kentucky tracks meetings. George M. Hendrie. accompanied by D. S. dies, was among the visitors. Mr. Hendrie spoke encouragingly for the outlook cf Canadian racing this year and predicted for Windsor, in which he is extensively inter-I st. d, a fine meeting. Manager Thomas C. Bradley of the Lexington track was jubilant this morning wlien he I received word that Rustle, dam of Wise Counsellor, which he wns jointly with Mil- ton Snyder, had foaled a filly sired by Ballot.

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