Yearlings at Lexington Track, Daily Racing Form, 1911-10-01

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YEARLINGS AT LEXINGTON TRACK. Lexington. Ky.. September 30. There are 10.1 thoroughbred yearlings in training at the Kentucky Association track, and Superintendent James P. Ross is expecting the number to bo increased by some twenty-five or thirty during the coming week. These youngsters have all come to tho track since the close of the fall race meeting last Saturday. Many of them, however, had been at the track before the meeting, and had been given their first lessons under saddle, though few of them had been, tried out. The majority, though, arc perfectly green, being barely Iialter-broken. The largest number in the hands of any one man, are the twenty-eight that Clem Pierce is looking after for J. O. Kcene, trainer for Johson N. Camden. J. W. May has eighteen in charge of GeoTge Beauchamp, tho colored foreman of his racing stable. C. E. Brown, familiarly known as "Brownie" and for a numlier of years with P. M. Civil, is breaking fifteen four for AVilliam Wallace, threo each for George H. Whitney and Sanford Lvne. two each for E. T. Graves and W. L. Lewis, "and one for Paul Miles. Courtney Matthews is handling thirteen for Thomas C. McDowell, among them a half sister to The Manager, that is a grand looking individual. She is by Star Shoot, and decldedlv resembles her dam, Braccgirdle. The Yankee colt out of Monarka. therefore a brother to lima, is a slashing big, rough-looking fellow. Walter Scoftebl has twelve head in charge for his uncle, Henrv McDaniel. and two for George C. Bennett. Jn the McDaniel lot are the several high-priced ones that lie got at the sales here ten or twelve days ago. The Bennett pair are out of Arthesia and Dishabille, and are both good looking, particularly so the Arthesia colt by Marta Santa. J. C. Milam has twelve In charge of Al Johnson. James D. Stevens is handling thirteen for George Odom, Frank Clark-son, iW. H. Fizer, Wayne Joplin and F. E. Driver. John J. McCafferty has come in from the Forkland Farm, where he has been for a month, with eleven head. AValter Grater lias ten belonging to himself and others. William Steele and James P. Ross have each eight head. In tho Ross collection there is a sister to Sonada. the Star Shoot Janowood colt that won the first time out at Louisville last Tuesday. Mr. Ross got this filly for 75 at Catcsby AAoodfords sale, and it is considered one of the lest bargains ever picked up hereabouts. Gallaher Brothers have six youngsters here in charge of their stable foreman, and among them is a brother to AVorth. T. L. Pierce is handling six for T. P. Hayes, J. S. Barbee and F- J. Kelly. Hayes has a probable good oik in the McGee Algie M. colt." Hi; has been a quarter in 24. J. S. Hawkins has three youngsters, one of them a chestnut colt by Ogdeu, out of Wing Ting, that la good looking, 1

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