Lexington Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1932-03-22


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I LEXINGTON TURF NOTES 1 Adolphe Pons, fiscal agent for the Mere-worth Stud and Walter J. Salmons racing interests, departed Friday night for Columbia, S. C, where the Salmon string is wintering. He expects to be back in New York Tuesday. J. W. Frye has sold to the U. S. Government for use in the remount service the four-year-old bay or brown stallion, Black Sole, by Diligence Menteuse, by Spearmint C. W. Damon is making preparations to ship the Elmwood stable horses of Jacob C. Lang from winter quarters at Hartland Stud to Maryland. They will be campaigned at Maryland and New York tracks and at Arlington Park. Jockey Lewis, who had been here for a couple of weeks recreation, has gone on to Maryland to report to trainer Mitchell. C. J. FitzGerald was expected here today from New Orleans, to spend two or three days before journeying on to New York. C. B. Shaffer is at the Coldstream Stud for the week.

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