Lexington Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1924-11-23


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1 LEXINGTON TURF NOTES LEXINGTON, Ky., Nov. 22. James Rowe, trainer for Harry Payne Whitney, will depart for New York Sunday. Candy Kid and Noah and the filly Snow Maiden were shipped in charge of Fred Hopkins. Matt J. Winn and Andrew Vennie and Judge Charles F. Price, who came from Louisville to attend the closing days races, were entertained at luncheon by president Sewell Combs and manager T. C. Bradley of the Kentucky Association. Judge W. H. Shelley departed Saturday for Havana, where he will serve as racing secretary. Starter "William Hamilton left tonight for New Orleans and will send the fields away at the Jefferson Parish meeting, commencing Thanksgiving Day. He also has been engaged to start at the Fair Groundsmeeting. Starter William Snyder left Saturday night for his home in Missouri. Mose Goldblatt added Corinth and Mary Johnston during the day by private purchase from A. B. Hancock. The horses will be shipped to New Orleans, where they will join the others owned by Mose Goldblatt now at the Fair Grounds. Lyman T. Hay and C. Bruce Head, who are extensively interested in the new track under construction at Collinsville, 111., were among the visitors this afternoon. Moorfleld, which started in the second race, was claimed by J. G. Ellis at a cost of ,200.

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