Value of Kentucky Purses Raised, Daily Racing Form, 1915-12-05


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VALUE OF KENTUCKY PURSES RAISED. Louisville. Ky.. Deceuilier 4. — Tie- Kentucky State Racing Commission did not deal with tne matter of dates for next springs meetings at Lexington. Louisville and Latunia at its meeting in the Seelbach hotel yesterday, two members being absent. A meeting to dis| ose of the matter will take place as soon as a full attendance can be secured. A resolution was passed fixing the value of th» purses on Kentucky tracks. I: is stipulated that not less Ihat » shall be -hen for any race on a track within ten miles of a cit of 25".0U0 popula ti n. T that less than 1915.shx1 be given by any other i race track for races run by horses at a meeting held under the authority of the commission. Action will ho taken on this resolution at I future Meeting. when racing associations will be notified so they can have representatives present. Judge Allie Young presided at yesterdays nie •;-ing. General W. B. Heldeman and Charles i. Grainger were the other memliers present. T. II. Talbot »nd Senator J. N. Camden, were the absentees. ,

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