Lexington Visited By More Rain: Some Good Work Before the Downpour--Many Arrivals from Louisville and Elsewhere., Daily Racing Form, 1919-04-23


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LEXINGTON VISITED BY MORE RAIN Some Good Work Before the Downpour Many AT rivals from Louisville and Elsewhere LEXINGTON Ky April 22 Before the rain this morning II II Hewitts Singer worked over the Kentucky Association track a mile in 141 and that was the best move of the day at the distance Sowell Combs worked a half in 47 fiveeighths in 101 and threesquarters in 114 Serbian worked threequarters in 115 while Kegalo galloped five eighths iu 103 O A Bianehls Seunings 1ark worked a mile in 1411 The twoyearold Black Prince in AV 1 Youngs stable worked three eighths in 3i impressively impressivelyIete Iete Coyne arrived from Louisville today with the George 7 Long liorses Dan Ixlian who sent over six horses yesterday came in today John AA Schorr was another of the arrivals E AV Moore accompanied by jockey Clifford Robinson and jockey AV Crump got in from lA uisville where his horses are W K Phillips patrol judge is also here hereMilo Milo Shields who arrived from Louisville says he sent Itradleys Choice to 15 A Tones farm at Parnell Mo to be turned out Lucky 15 is to rest up for the Churchill Downs meeting meetinglockey lockey Charles Morel arrived from Hot Springs today Jockeys J Howard and T Mclntyre came from Louisville The Williams Brothers horses will be hero tonight or tomorrow Pat Knebel kamp has turned out Salgeorgo for the summer Ham Kccnc sent Cocotte and Hidden Crown to the Kccnc farm to go into the stud J O Keene having purchased C It Heads interest in them themThe The AValdeck Stables liorses to race here are Lunetta Inquiry Double Van Salute Gourmand Brimful and Gadling Gene Elrod and several of his parimntuel crew have arrived Ed Jasner will not be here He is to remain at Louisville for preliminary work at Churchill Downs AV II Mc ¬ Clelland will be one of the placing judges here hereGovernor Governor and Mrs A Stanley will be guests of Mrs Johnson N Camden anil her daughters at the races Thursday afternoon Senator Camden is iii New York and will not be able to get here for the opening openingDERBY DERBY ELIGIBLES WORK WELL WELLAmong Among the workouts at the Kentucky Association course Monday J S Hawkins Derby pair Delico and Stockwell showed up well They went a mile going the first quarter in 23 threeeighths in 35 half in 4SVr fiveeighths in 101 = 3 three quarters in 114 if and the mile in 143 A little while later Harry Perkins sent out the Nevada wonder Westwood and he ran a quarter in 23yi as if it were nothing at all to do The boasted Sam Freedman arrived during the morning from Louisville He came in the car with elevcn othei horses Joe Umensetter is training He is to race in the name of the Feruwood Stable the proprietors being Umensetter and Oscar Rchms J J Mur dock Ruby and Harry Glove are owned individually by Umensetter Old Miss Little Boots Breadman Move On Goldine Bright Gold Goldstone and the twoyearold chestnut filly by Diamonds and Rubies are owned by Thomas M Murphy of Louisville LouisvilleThe The Knebelkamp Howerton string of ten em ¬ bracing Humma LueileP Paula V Audrey K Arch Plotter Sweet Liberty Salgeorge Marvin May Dandy Van and Peccant arrived from Hot Springs while W F Knebelkamp sent Kildare Boy Pop Eyes Guaranteed Dixie Flyer and Thrifty Three ThreeThe The W F Poison string in charge of trainei John Hogan arrived from Louisville They arc Biiford Basil American Soldier John Jr Vulcanite Finder AAar Tax Parol Pyx Night Owl Horact Lercli and Peace Pennant Dan Morris arrived from Louisville and said his horses will be over tomor ¬ row He is bringing Old Ben Lady Luxury Daha biali II Bajazet Lady Pataud Neg and Milda MildaIt It L Rogers says the racing days of his English mare White Slipper by Galloping Simon Albana an over and he probably will dispose of her to some breeder Information from Louisville today is to the effect that Robert L Baker resident manager of the Kentucky Association track has been decided upon as the tenth director of the Kentucky Jockey Clut and that he will be elected at the next meeting of the board which will be held within a short while whileEd Ed Snapper Garrison of New York arrived here Sunday afternoon to take possession of the twoyearold filly Thelma E by llarrigan Lady Maxim which he purchased at Hot Springs from Beii A Jones of Parnell Mo MoEmil Emil II Herz and Joel Jacobs two of the owners of the Short Grass Stud arrived last night from New York and will remain throughout the week possibly longer

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