Latest Lexington Gossip: Officials Plan for Opening of Spring Meeting--Foals at Various Breeding Farms., Daily Racing Form, 1921-03-12


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LATEST LEXINGTON GOSSIP Officials Plan for Opening of Spring Meeting Foals at Various Breeding Farms LEXINGTON Ky March 11 President J N Canulen vicepresident and general manager M J Vinn and racing secretary William II Shelley of the Kentucky Jockey Club spent several hours yesterday at the local track deciding on the tilings that are to be done preliminary to the opening of the spring race meeting on April 23 23John John E Madden has sold to Kay Speuce two yearlings Iwth chestnut colts by Ogdcn the dams of iMitli being daughters of Star Shoot one being Priscllla the other Slar of Danube DanubeAt At the Harry Payne Whitney farm Paradise II by Adam Handspun has foaled a bay filly by Rrooinstick and Idle Hopr by Hamburg dam Mati ¬ nee has foaled a chestnut filly by Pennant PennantW W K Harringtons twoyearold brown filly by Jack Atkin Polly D and his twoyearold chest ¬ nut colt by Frizzle Mrs F G Hogan have been turned out at Thomas Piatts llrookdale Farm where Polly D last night foaled a chestnut filly by Rallot and where J K NVidcners Farce also foaled a bay filly by Trompe la Mort and will be bred to Hourless HourlessVill Vill Perkins has taken up Judge Hud row and will race him this year He lias entirely recovered from the injury to his foot footAt At John D Carrs farm Chestnut Helle has a brown filly by Dick Finnell Miss Caldwell a brown colt by Dick Finnell and Alice Warfield a chestnut filly by Escoba At E R Hradleys Idle Hour Farm Killanna has a chestnut colt by North Star III Lovenot a chestnut filly by North Star III Lady Languish a black colt by Plack Touey and Almadie a bay filly by Helmet

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