Gossip from Blue Grass Region, Daily Racing Form, 1914-01-29


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GOSSIP FROM BLUE GRASS REGION. Lexington. Kv.. January 2S. J. W. May and John M. Goode returned to Lexington today with the horses thev have hoen racing at Charleston. In Mays string wore Theresa Gill. Guide Post, Lace and three two-year-olds. Goode brought hack Dr. W Kendall and Mira Doll. f Samuel Cot troll came to the Kentucky Associa- tjon track from Itourbon County today with eight horses belonging to T. F. Uranium and Martin Doyle and including Trans-Miller, Miss Kreuder and Jetr Morgan. O. W. Williams also brought up Worlds Wonder. .7. 0. Keene todar sold to .7. Howard Lewis, of Elkins Park, Pa., the three-year-old Ponnie Laddie, by Dorante Maid of the Order. He is to be used for jumping. Keene took up J. X. Camdens Rrceders Futurity winner. Imperator. He now lias in training twenty-eight horses. Tiny Keezick, formerly foreman for J. 0. Keene, today opened a public stable. He has Martha Mc-Gee and two yearlings belonging to T. C. Bradley and Andrew Bowman and Yemassee, owned by Mike Conloy. James P. Ross left here last night for Charleston to solicit entries for the Lexington spring stakes.

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