Lexington Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1924-11-18


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I LEXINGTON TURF NOTES LEXINGTON, Ky., Nov. 17. Assurances that the easterners will have representation in the Breeders Futurity were received by "William H. Shelley, Monday from James Howe, who stated that he was preparing to ship Harry Payne "Whitneys crack colt. Candy Kid, to Lexington to fill his engagement in Saturdays stake. "Walter Kohn, member of the State Racing Commission and Abe C Levi, Avell known Louisville merchant, have been here for several days as the guests of George V. Barnes, visiting the various breeding farms in this locality with a view of purchasing some good racing material for next years racing. Gorge V. Barnes, who has been in charge, of the horses belonging to G. W. Clark arid Kohn and Thissen, in addition to some of his own, has decided to winter all of the horses at his Barnesdale farm, near Lexington. Jockey W. Kelsay has been engaged to pilot Sir Peter in the Breeders Futurity. Ths colt is the property of J. "W. Bell of Louisville. Keisay will leave at the end of the meeting for Tijuana to ride at the lower California trade Stake blanks for the feature races of 1923 of the "Westchester Racing Association were received today. E. R. Bradleys horses that were raced at Pimlico, including Blue "Warbler, were arrivals during the day in charge of trainer "Dick" Thompson.

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