Raceland Derby Field: Twenty-Two Entries Received for Feature of Inaugural Meeting at New Kentucky Track, Daily Racing Form, 1924-06-04


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i i 1 , ■ ; 1 l , 1 , , J ; I k RACELAND DERBY FIELD Twenty-Two Entries Received for Feature of Inaugural Meeting at New Kentucky Track. LEXINGTON, Ky., June 3.— Black Gold, winner of the Kentucky Derby, also of the Louisiana and Ohio State Derbys, is among the entries tor the Raceland Derby, to be run Saturday, July 19, at the new track of the Tri-State Fair and Racing Association in Greenup County. Happy Thoughts, Chilhowee, Altawocd, Bob Tail, Bourbon Boy and King Gorin II. are among the probable rivals of Black Gold in this race and a sparkling contest may be looked for. The conditions of the Raceland Derby and entries follow: RACELAND DBRBY— ,000 added. For three-year-olds; by subscription of 0 each: 00 additional to start: ,000 added, of which 00 to second; 00 to third, fourth to save stake. 1 1-4 miles. Applepate, W. E., Louisville. Ky. — Provident, b. g, by Hessian — Welsh Queen, by Rryn Mawr. • Audley Farm Montfort and B. R. Jones, Berry- ville, Va. — Ix rd Martin, cu. c, by Sir Martin —Mallard, by Star Shoot. Board, Arthur, Louisville, Ky. — Rourbon Boy, ch. e, by North Star III. — Bedtime Stories, by Marts Santa. Bright, J. C. and C. B.. Louisville, Ky.— Phidias, ch. g, by Zens — Edna Collins, by The Commoner. Cloher, J. R.. Chicago, 111. — Post Pis-patch, ch. c, by Master Robert — Dispatch, by Blarney or Sweeper: Krishna, b. c, by Master Robert — Epsom May, by Durbar. Coover, Dr. W. H., Lexington. Ky. — Just David, b. c. by Atwell — Viola Mabel, by Marta Santa. Coyne, Peter. Louisville, Ky. — King Gorin II.. b. c, by Golden Maxim — Yankee Tree, by Yankee. Frakes, R. C, Lexington. Ky. — San Vicente, ch. c, by Friar Rock — Santa Malta by Sanctuary. Gallaher Bros. Islington, Ky. — Chilhowee, b. g, by Ballot — Bourbon Lass, by Bourbon Beau. Goldblatt. M.. Cincinnati. O.— Privilege, ch. f, by Mont dOr II. — Independence, by Ballot. Hancock, A. B., Paris. Ky. — Cloister, b. e, by Friar Marcus — laloma, by Cyllene. Head, C. B., Crestwood, Ky. — Altawood ch. c, by Master Robert — Crestwood Girl, by Transvaal. Hoots, Mrs. R. M., Tulsa. Okla— Black Gold, blk. c. by Black Toney — Useeit, by Ronnie Joe. Idle Hour Farm Stable B. R. Bradley. Lexington Ky.— Bob Tail, b. c. by Helmet — Miss Rinelets. by Handball: Brilliant Cast, ch. c, by North Star III. — Macaroon, by Marco. Moore, C. W., Lexington. Ky.---Phil McCann, ch. g, by McGee — White Piume. by Order. Peyton, Felix, Lexington, Ky. — Shindy, b. g, by War Call — Mary Sullivan, by Patriot. Respess, J. B., Erlanger, Ky. — Energy, b. e. by Colonel Vennie — Commensia. by The Commoner. Weaver. J. T. and W. C, Latonia, Ky— Colonel Gilmore, b. or br. c, by Colonel Vennie — Annie Gilmore, by Dick Welles. Whitney, H. P., New York — Cproar. eh. c, by Thunderer— Queen of Hearts, by Hamburg. Xalapa Farm Stable E. F. Simms, Paris, Ky. — Happy Thoughts, b. f, by Sir Martin— Gipsy Love, by Cesarion.

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