Latest Turf Notes From Lexington, Daily Racing Form, 1924-05-03


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Latest Turf Notes From Lexington BEXINGTON*, Ky., May 2. A. B. Ferguson and J. H. Beed acted as honorary stewards this afternoon. The Fort Erie Stake blanks were received I today. Entries close May 24. N. J. Barnes has been granted a jockey j license and will ride for the stable of Jesse | Spencer. F. W. Dorteh came over from Louisville to see his Flying Prince perform in the ; seventh race. Former governor Edward P. Morrow was among the visitors this afternoon, and was ■ accompanied by a party of friends. William Hamilton relieved William Snyder in the starters stand this afternoon and will dispatch the fields for the remainder of the meeting. Al Buzader has taken over to train for S. A. Stewart and E. C. Cropper the three-year-old fiilies, Nell Jo and Miss America, which will run in the name of the Portsmouth Stable. Joseph MiT/nnan was an arrival from Havre de Grace in qnest of entries for the stakes to be run at the spring meeting of the Ontario Jockey Club meeting to be held at the Woodbine course, Toronto. Martin Nathanson, in charge, of the I.eona Farm establishment, after being advised that Snrnsen had been beaten and thinking of Zevs recent failure, remarked: "It looks as if all the cracks of last year are destined to be beaten," and then j-Tave expression to an afterthought, "but thats nothing, they beat Our Buddy, too." Mr. Nathansan has also been advised that Konsa Knleeh, by Reck Sand— Kait am, foaled a filly by Buke Mel. like at Leona Farm, mar Cary, 111. The same mare has now a yearling at the farm by Pagan Can. *

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