Lexington Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1928-05-02


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■ v LEXINGTOFlllOTES-! 4 _ LEXINGTON, Ky.. May 1. Fratenia, owned by George W. Willing. Jr., or Philadelphia, has a chestnut filly by King James at Castleton. Following the close of the local meeting C. Irby will ship his stable of eleven horses to Fairmount Park. Jockey L. McClair, under contract to Irby, probably will be permitted to ride through the Churchill Downs meeting as a free lance, while apprentice E. Mumm will go with the stable to .Fair-mount. The -hprses of J. Manheimer, J. McPher-son and M. Goldblatt are scheduled to leave for Churchill Downs Wednesday, while those of R. L. Baker will leave for the same course the following day. Jockey L. Woodstock, who came over from Louisville, elonned the colors this afternoon, J. S. Hawkins, former horseman, came down from Latonia to remain for several days. Three cars will be required to transfer the twenty-five horses and equipment of the division of the Idle Hour Farm stable that H. J. Thompson will ship to Belmont Park Thursday. A half dozen other horses in training will be left at the farm until the section of the stable handled by William Hurley leaves Maryland for Arlington Park. E. R. Bradley, owner of the Idle Hour Farm stable, expects to leave his Idle Hour Farm for the East about the last of the week. A

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