Lexington Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1927-06-23


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LEXINGTON TURF NOTES j LEXINGTON, Ky.. June 22. Messrs. C. C. and O. Y. Hieatt, of Louisville, who purchased the Panorama Farm on Bryan Station Pike, near Lexington, from Messrs. Matt and Burdette Walton, have removed the stallion Sir John Johnson and eighteen brood mares and a dozen foals to it from their Louisville farm. Panorama Farm now is in charge of Allan D. Steele, and a number of improvements are being made. W. B. Miller of New York, master of the Greenwich Stud, is here to inspect the thoroughbreds at this establishment John H. Rosseter, the owner of Wikiup Ranch, California, is another visitor to the blue grass. C. B. Shaffer of Chicago, owner of Coldstream Stud, is here on a trip of inspection. He lately purchased approximately 200 acres from J. Waller Rodes and added it to his Coldstream Farm. Albert Lewis, a capable trainer, will open a public stable at the Kentucky Association track July 1 for the breaking of yearlings, in which he has been quite successful.

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