Latest Turf Notes From Lexington, Daily Racing Form, 1924-05-06


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Latest Turf Notes From Lexington LEXINGTON, Ky., May 5. The Windemere Studs imported Sweetheart II. foaled a filly this morning by Troutbeck. On Saturday afternoon Infinite and Dream Maker worked a fast five-eighths between races, going the distance together in :59%. Trainer William Hurley replenished his stable today from the main E. K. Bradley racing division by taking over Batter Up, Bob Cahill, President, Beginners Buck. Beauty Slave, Broken Toy and Bodyguard. Jockey Ivan Parke also returned from Pimlico Saturday and will ride here for the remainder of the meeting before going on to Louisville. He was accompanied by "Bobby" Bowers, who will look after his engagements. Hal Price Headley. owner of the Dixie Handicap winner. Chacolet, returned yesterday from Pimlico accompanied by jockey Mack Garner, who rode her to victory-Chacolet has been shipped to Louisville where she will be rested and fill her engagements in the Clark Handicap and other valuable fixtures. While being exercised this morning the four-year-old filly Mary P. Gardner collided with another horse and sustained severe injuries. Col. Pat, the other horse, was being sharply pulled up near the three-eighths post when the filly, going at top speed, collided with him head on with such force as tO make both of them go de.wn. Neither Col. Pat or the two exercise boys sustained anything worse than bruises. a

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