Latest Turf Notes From Lexington, Daily Racing Form, 1924-05-07


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Latest Turf Notes From Lexington REXINOTON, Ky„ May 6. CL EX Callaway and G Kinkaid were the honorary stewards today. Steward Hay stated today that the report that jockey Gantner had been denied a riding Mcease was erroneous. He withdrew his ap-phcati n for a license. Eugene Elrod will run a special train tomorrow night for the accommodation of those owners, trainers, officials and others desirous of reaching lx»ui«ville late Wednesday night. The train will depart from Iexington at S:K". p. m. Trainer IL Cilmore. who has charge of In Memoriarn. came over from liouisville this morning. He stated that In Memoriarn was froing well in his training and gives promise of being a better horse this year than last-So far he has performed every task asked of him and his half-mile preliminary in 4" ■acoada this morning indicates his sphndid Condition Trainer Cilmore was not communicative as to when the crack will make his first racing appeal am e for the year. It is prohahte, llllllh that he will be among the Mailers in the Clark Handicap, Churchill 1 1 nviis openir g lay feature. « ■

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