Gossip from Kentucky Sources, Daily Racing Form, 1910-07-30


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GOSSIP FROM KENTUCKY SOURCES. Louisville. Kv.. July 29. All the bones at Douglas pack and Churchill liowns are not resting these davs as uianv imagine, but on the contrary many are being cantered swiftly tint they can be tight « ned up tor racing in a week or so. While the frequent showers bare at times mule the tracks at both place- heavy, this has caused no particular Incun tenlence to trainers, ami. in fact, such conditions sail the horsemen, as the rain cools the air and keeps the dusl laid. Many attribute the coughing which prevailed SO extensively at Churchill Down la t spring to the dusty condition of the tracks fol lowini; the rammerlike weather which marked the month of March lust savins. La i Mexican, a inner of the Bashford Manor stak. last spring. i looking unusually well as the result of bin lei up since Lalonia racing ceased, and tn r it the local tracks look or the son of Mexican to do sonic vt ry good racing the coining fall. The colt probably had too much of it ta a bunch after his southern campaign anil his owners wisdom in bringing him home for a rest instead of chasing after his few Canadian engagements is coiunieuded. Governor Gray, Cant. j. t. Williams great tnfo- year -old. is still at the Kentucky Association track at Lexington end it is believed Captain Williams lias abandoned his proponed eastern trip with his crack gelding. It. L. Anderson. C. D. Chenault. Hinde ft Baker. George c. Oraddy and other breeder* have concluded to --.ii their roar I Inn* la I e»twa;toa in neptember and have notitied the Kentucky Sales Company to MKS-i/e the sale, which will lie held some time ill September. The exact late will not be announced until the |uestion of l fall lace meeting at Lexiugtou is Nettled

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