Lexington Fields Horse Farm Proved Boon to Many Racers, Daily Racing Form, 1943-05-03


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Lexington Fields Horse Farm Proved Boon to Many Racers RacersCICERO CICERO 111 May 1 All winter long some 50 thoroughbreds romped in the snpw at Lexington Fields Palatine J1L at the horse farm owned by M A Kern Turned out in paddocks for a few hours a day except in real bad weather many favorites of Chicago race fans cooled their aching pins and forgot their race track trials and tribulations That they thrived on it is evident from the way they are performing at Sports ¬ mans Park To date four of these wintered horses have started and the score stands one first two seconds and one third not bad far the initial attempt attemptGeorge George Poirier farm manager states that not a single horse was ill during the winter and many of those who were sore when they came to the farm left for the track in excellent training condition He says We take good care of them but dont coddle them and let the snow do the work

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