Live Kentucky Gossip, Daily Racing Form, 1924-05-01


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■ ♦ I LIVE KENTUCKY GOSSIP l LEXINGTON. Ky.. April 30.— CoL W. S. Dudley, president of the Kentucky River Coal Corporation and an enthusiastic lover of thoroughbred horses, has claimed the name Good Shepherd for the chestnut colt by Golden Broom — Ida Claire by Golden Maxim, which was foaled just one week ago. April 22. and for which he yesterday refused an offer of $;;.ooo. John S. Wiggins has purchased from E. J. Hankins the five-year-old brown mare Lina-clark by Delhi out of Prism, by Traprock, and has mated her with Ipset. She is at Higgins Military Stock Farm in Bourbon county. Charles B. Shaffer of Chicago, the master of Coldstream Farm, near this city, which now has a thoroughbred horse department under the management of Tom B. Young, was a visitor at the Kentucky Association course Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Shaffer does not maintain a racing stable, but there is another of the same initials whose last name is spelled with one F. who does race a string of horses. He is Carl B. Shafer of Kansas City. Mo., and formerly was of the firm of Shafer and Conway. It was he who claimed Kirklevington after the defeat of his Lady Inez Monday afternoon. A . . .

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