Increase Kentucky Purses: Kentucky Jockey Club Announces That 5,000 Will be Added to Overnight Races., Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-16


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1 i »o i. o; i»o , ■ lop. • INCREASE KENTUCKY PURSES Kentucky Jockey Club Announces That 5,000 Will Be Added to Overnight Races. l.KMNt.TitN. By., March IS. Otaeral manager Matt J. Winn has authorized the aaaanareaif ut that there will be an aggregate in rease of ,000 in the money added by the Kentucky Jockey Club to aaraea for races to he aVclaX during the ten days meeting at Lextaajtaa and the nineteen days at Louisville in the spring. There will he tm parae less than :sl.:VMi at ■dther meeting. The aaraea :it i.ato-iia are i" reaaate i» heietafore unless there should l»e an unexpected falling off of patronag-and n-turns during the first twenty nine days of the Kentucky spring aeaaaa, m which event there will be a reduction of the Lataahl pluses for the remain lag tw-iity-uine days to the level eetabttohed for Laalaartaa and teaahnllfc. Financial conditions in th.- Blue* anttea of the state are hettei than they were teat spring, so it is reasonably cei -tela that tin-re will be no doerease in patronage. B T Wilson, president of the Saratoga Baring Aaaactattea, has three foals ;tt bis Kirklevmgton stud here ami they are all bay cits Two arc by Campfire and from Faataeeaa and Bailie N reaped ively. and the other is i. Spanish Brine- K. Minueite. By tilambila. this being her first foal. Tiuis far fillies have greatly outnumliered colts in the aggregate of foals in this section and Mr. BTileoa is rertate to hi aaaai "a lucky man." William B. Miller of the firm of Headley A Milbr. no. uinstniod by his wife and datight. arrived here lasr niulit from the Kast to spend two , or three days seeing his thorc ughlneds at Beaumont Farm before proceeding to Florida to spend a couple of weeks. John I. Smith tod;,y reported the arrival of a hay colt by Helmet- Badinage, at H. B. Hewitts , stud on Forkland Farm Smith also stated that Startle, the most prominent of the filly candidates lor the Kcatarky Derby, had been coughim:. as have ■ aaaay other horses [alteplaai here, but that she is 1 sufficiently over it to begin work again toinoirow Bmil Herz lias taken up his abode on Short ;ins~ Slud Farm in a ooMage recently completed and I fvrnislied. Mis Herz and their young son are • -til! in Kurope. but will shortly return The latest foal it the Her/, establishment is a slashing big : colt by short Graaa Qaajaaadaca. The mare a/ill be • bied back. Safe Home has a bay filly by Chicle ■ and will be bred to Wildair. Oeorge Horine, surveyor and expert race course builder, has returned home from Saratoga, where be haa completed the construction of a mile trick on K. K. Simms farm at the Spa. The farm i« in charge of trainer Charles II. Hughes, but I I here are no horses there. J. W May. who spent the winter at .New Orleans. . .iiri.eJ here today. | J

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