Latest Turf Notes From Lexington, Daily Racing Form, 1924-04-30


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Latest Turf Notes From Lexington LEXINGTON, Ky., April 29. John Hoshor and Allie Ochs are additions to the schooling list. Paul Micou was claimed from the opening race for ,300 by S. T. Baxter. Will Perkins has secured second call from S. N. Holman on jockey D. Mergler. Jockey J. Heupel has been forced to absent himself from the saddle by an attack of tonsilitis. Williams Brothers have jockey E. Small-wood under contract and also a call on jockey D. Jones services. The Leona Farms Aunt Josie foaled a colt this morning by Luke McLuke. She will be bred to High Time. Fred Musante, who arrived here recently, has contracted with P. T. Chinn to breed My Dear to Polymclian. Julius Reeder is in receipt of the stake blanks for the Blue Bonnets spring meeting. Entries close May 5th. The Audley Farm Stables Frankman was the only Kentucky Derby candidate to be worked over a slow track this morning. Former United States assistant treasurer Jewitt Shouse was among the visitors. Frederick Johnson was another noted visitor. W. F. Poison stopped over for a days racing and departed tonight for his home. He announced that his horses are in training at the Latonia track. A. J. Brady and H. S. Brower were the honorary stewards this afternoon. They concurred in the ruling barring Dr. Carmen from starting on account of unfit condition. J. "Red" McGovern arrived tcday from Columbus, Ohio, with the horses Red Seth, Ballynew and Seths Treasure, the property of G. W. Church, a resident of Huntington, W. Va., and a new recruit to racing. Major T. C. McDowell reported the arrival of two highly bred foals at his Ashland Farm. One is a chestnut filly by The Manager — Alan Ark, sister to Distinction, and the other is a bay filly by North Star IIL — Distinction. Win Perkins sold ML Hope, a four-year-old filly to D. Oppenheimer of New York, and she will be sent to D. W. Scotts farm to bo bred to Sir John Johnson. Perkins also sold a two-year-old filly by Light Brigade — Santa Susanna, to Mr. Scott, Jack Howard reports that La Foudre has foaled a chestnut colt by Golden Maxim or Boots and Saddle at his Rookwood Farm near this city. Iater on it is Howards intention to breed La Foudre to Peter Pan. Howard has four other mares, two of which will be sent to Chicle and the other two to PennanL Track superintendent Monro introduced a new innovation by working the track la-st night under searc.hlighL So well did he accomplish his task that the track bordered on fast and improved as the afternoon progressed. It appeared impossible to put the track in the good condition it was in the brief time. Splendid Joy. winner of the Yorkshire Oaks, in which she beat the Epsom Oaks winner, has been bred to Chicle. Security has been bred to Man o War, and Abyssinian Girl, another of the Leona Farms choice brood mares, has been bred to Stephan the CreaL Abyssinian Girl is gray in color, like Stephan the Great

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