Reserve Raceland Stables: More and Better Class of Horses Available for Coming Meeting, Daily Racing Form, 1927-06-20


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RESERVE RACELAND STABLES More and Better Class of Horses Available for Coming Meeting. e Mose Goldblatt and P. T. China to Hare Large Representation Mary Jane to Be Starter in Raceland Derby i it RACELAND. Ky., July 18. There will not be a vacant stall at Raceland for the summer meeting of the Tri-State Fair and Racing Association, which is to open July 9, and continue twentyrf ive .days,v and the stalls, will be occupied . by a "generally better class , of horses than have heretofore made the good racing at the beautiful Greenup County track. For more than ten days, every stall has been under reservation, and. should there be wholly unexpected heavy cancellations, the waiting list is large enough to assure no . vacancies. Mose Goldblatt, who has one of the larger stables under reservation, hearing that the stabling situation "has become a problem "for the management, called up from Cincinnati last flight to say that he surely will be at Raceland with at least twenty-four horses. "I will have my listen .early next week," he said. "I am simply waiting to hear front James Rowe, the names; of the Harry Payne Whitney horses he is going to ship to me from the East" Col. Phil T. Chinn, on his return to Lexington yesterday, from New York and Chicago, called up to say that his string would embrace fifteen horses, including six that W. R. Coe is sending out from New York, and that they wilf be in charge of Robert J. Gilmore, who also has the Raceland Derby candidate, Laurel Hall, property, of Dr. Frank A. Wehle, of Lexington, in his band. He likewise has Christopher, Gold Mint, Society Scandal, Cecelie, Virginia C, Gage d Amour and Wager. George B. Cochran is bringing Bobs Best, Gladrags, Guerriere, Watson, Wild Charmer, Fast Black, Bonny and Danger Hour. J. D. Grant will be here with Frightful, which is going good at Lexington. S. T. Baxter is bringing Stutts and Sunny South. Monta Willie has Lady Oxford and Sir John McDonald. Lon Johnson, handling the horses of W. H. Whitehouse, of Cincinnati, will bring Royal Julian, Eric, Susan Rebecca, Cirvenna, Colonel Shaw and Mary Catherine. Tom. Griffin also will come from Latonia with My Eva, Micky D. and issie D., property of William Dongas. There are sixteen two-year-olds and one four-year-old. Hank Monk, that Lee R. Boyle will bring from Latonia for Alderman John. J. Coughlin of Chicago. The youngsters are all aristocratically bred and of splendid type. Their names are Ada Adler, Broad Silk, Crepe Satin, Cervena Krey, Denny Cooney, Eleven Oclock, Front Row, Jim Banola, Genevieve Forbes, Oregon Fir, Participate, Passauf, Rosebiush, Sub Committee, State Rights and Elma Dear. The eleven horses that James M. Hukill, trainer of a public stable, who has always won a good share . of the races at Raceland, will bring this season are : Fred A. For-sythes Taloha, O. L. Steeles Tim Gleason, Dan Peeds Oseda, A. L. Fergusons Kentucky Ace and Black Flyer, Lair and Spears Poison Oak, Furst and Bauers Bashford, W. R. Hukiils Chatter Drum, Charlton Clays Spot Light and Flying Embers, and G. W. Belknops King Gold. J. G. Chinns Vole will be in the shipment with the Hukill horses. Pat Dolan will bring Lardi and Medina from Latonia. J. D. Lenahans string this year is made up of My Valet, My Destination, Calvery, Brown Leaf, Mose Shapoff, Nestle, Odessa C, Cable Hope, and Meddling Self. Part of the string already is on the grounds. Mary Jane, though sold to Mrs. W. A. Harriman and racing in the name of the Arden Farm Stable, is continuing in the Gallaher and Combs string and is being pointed for the Raceland Derby, in which she will have another meeting with Yeddo, winner of the Illinois Oaks.

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