Lexington Stake Entries Coming In: Exterminator, Eternal and Other Stars Trained for the Kentucky Associations Spring Features, Daily Racing Form, 1919-03-05


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LEX I N GT0 N "STAKE ENTRIES MpNfT I N Exterminator, Eternal and Other Stars Trained for the Kentucky Associations Spring Features. LEXINGTON. Ky.. Marcli 4. General manager Robert L. Baker and secretary Garret D. Wilson are well pleased with the way the entries for the Kentucky Associations spring stakes have come in. Prior to Saturday scores of entries had been received at the office here. This morning a large number arrived by mail from New Orleans. A cablegram from Havana announced that several from the Cuban racing center are in the mail. Likewise there are in delayed -mail from the east a mimlier of entries about which wires have been received. Eternal and his three-year-old stable companions The Wanderer and Cromwell have been named for the Blue Grass Stakes, one mile and an eighth, which is in the nature of a try-out for the Kentucky Derby, and this is indicative of the intention of James W. McClelland to have those stars here immediately after the meeting at Hot Springs, where they now are. in charge of trainer Kimball Patterson. The Wanderer also has been nominated for the Camden Handicap, and the McClelland entry for the Ashland Oaks is Phantom Maid, a maiden half-sister to Donerail. Mr. McClelland named for the Idle Hour Stakes, for two-year-old colts. Hurry half-brother to Jack Hare Jr., by Rock View Moonet. and the brown colt bv Sea King, dam Queen Dixon, while for the Hinata Stakes, for two-year-old fillies, lie names Rose of Roses, the daughter of McOee and Parkview, and Forever half-brother to Eternal, by Ballot Hazel Burke. The Castaway Stable, which is the racing name for the division of the J. W. McClelland string William Wallace is training here, names for the Idle Hour Stakes Old Dad, brown colt, by McGee Ida Harrison, and Hereafter, chestnut colt, by Dick Finnell Octavo, and for the Hinata Stakes Waters-meet, brown filly, by McGee Josie L., and Red Cross Girl, brown filly, by Plaudit Golden Fancies. Willis Sharpe Kilmer nominated no two-year-olds for the local meeting. His only entries nreExterm-inator, winner of the last Kentucky Derby, and the three-year-olds Mo.rman and Vancouver for the Camden and Ben All Handicap, and Morman and Vancouver for the Blue Grass Stakes.

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