Visits Farm at Lexington, Daily Racing Form, 1924-05-16


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J ; . . , s • 3 9 9 0 j . J ■ j 1 1 _ J VISITS FARM AT LEXINGTON LEXINGTON, Ky., May 15.— Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Riddle, Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Jeffords. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oliver, distinguished Pennsylvanians, are here en route to Louisville, for the running of the Derby Saturday. The first named two couples are the owners of Faraway Farm. the home of Man o War, and Golden Broom, and a band of choice brood mares. Henry W. Oliver is the partner of IM. F. Simms, in the ownership of the Lexington Stable, and is likewise the owner of a number of trot- ters. Harry Payne Whitney and party, Harry F. Sinclair and party, Walter J. Salmon and party, August Belmont and party, are other distinguished owners of thoroughbred breed-3 ing establishments and racing stables, who are expected here from New York to visit the farms in advance of the Derby. Boy Carruthers, manager of the Waldorf Astoria hotel, and party, arrived here this morning to see the horses at Keeneland Farm, in several of which Carruthers is in-. terosted with J. O. Keene. who arrived this morning from Baceland to be with his guests, until after the Derby. Senator Joseph W. Bailey has arrived from Texas and Is at his Donegal Farm. A young mare, by The Finn, and her filly foal, by Prince Pal, the property of "Bud" Fisher, wore killed when lightning | struck and set fire to a small barn on ; Thomas Piatts farm Tuesday night. — A.

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