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


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: f LEXINGTON TURF NOTES I The racing stable of Jesse Spencer, numbering twelve horses, arrived at the Kentucky Association track Monday morning from Miami. In the car with them were two, the property of H. C. Ragan. Foreign Exchange, the property of Mrs. Rigan McKinney, is to be shipped from the Regan Rarm to Belmont Park and is to be trained for jumping. Hal Price Headley is preparing to ship at the end of this week to Bowie a division of his stable to be raced at the Maryland meetings. Indian Runner and Big Beau, his candidates for the Kentucky Derby, are to be included in the string. Big Beau is also eligible for the Preakness Stakes. Indian Runner appears to be the stables choice just now for the Derby and he is to be started if all goes well with him. J. P. Nicolas, manager of the Car and General Insurance Corporations livestock department in America, is in Lexington from New York for this week. He is making his annual spring visit to the farms of patrons of the company. Mose Lowenstein has returned from a visit to Cincinnati and is making preparations to ship this week to Maryland the horses Fred Morris has been handling for him here. H. H. Cross of Chicago, owner of Tranquility Farms, Middleburg, Md., is a visitor in Lexington en route home from Miami. The stallion Emissary has been transferred from John Muths Bridle Drive Farm, near Lexington, to A. E. Hundley and Sons Monietta Farm, Danville, Ky. He is now jointly owned by Harold Massey of Windsor, Mnt., a ndA. E. Hundley and Son. He is a son of Ambassador TV. and is considered to be a good prospect for siredom.

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