Replace Burned Stables: Kentucky Jockey Club to Build New Barn on Site of Recent Fire., Daily Racing Form, 1922-05-28


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REPLACE BURNED STABLES Kentucky Jockey Club to Build Ncv Barn on Site of Recent Fire LKXINGTON Ky May 27 During tho next few days the work of constructing a thirtyeight stall stable on the site of the recently burned barn at the Kentucky Jockey Clubs local race course wUl be begun Superintendent John M Keegan today start ¬ ed the work of clearing away the debris Resident manager Thomas C Bradley has before him the plans for the new stable which will be turned over next week to the Combs Lumber Company with instructions to get the stable completed in time for oc ¬ cupancy of the yearlings belonging to Sena ¬ tor J N Camden which are to be sent up from Harlan Stud at Spring Hill Farm in Woodford County in July The horses saved out of the CamdenMilam fire with the ex ¬ ception of Mojave which died several days ago are at J C Milams barn Pclly is the only one of the six that is in any way afflicted and she seems to be getting over tho effects of her burns though for a time Milam thought he would lose her also There are now approximately thirtyfive horses in training here and the majority of these are it is stated to be shipped to Latonia LatoniaDuring During the next month the stablcs will be completely renovated and put in order for summer and autumn occupancy Manager Bradley says that during the summer the work of raising and terracing the space on the grandstand side of the homestretch will be done so that a better view of the racing for the autumn meeting will be afforded those who do not go to the grandstand grandstandThe The body of Charles Moore widely known breeder of thoroughbred horses who died thursday morning at Indianapolis was in ¬ terred here this afternoon following service at his late residence In this city Mr Moore had from his young manhood been interested in the production of thoroughbred horses and he had attained more than a fair meas ¬ ure of success At the time of his death he was the owner of Mere Hill Stud which he established a number of years ago on a good farm out on Newtown Road Succes ¬ sively the premier sires at Mere Hill were Ingoldsby and McGee The list of famous and useful horses bred at Mere Hill or from mares visiting the stallions at Mere Hill la a long one but the greatest of all undoubted ¬ ly is the remarkable gelding Exterminator He is a son of McGee from Fair Empress Horron another son of McGee is in the stud at John B Gorhams farm near Mere Hill The band of mares at Mere Hill is not large but well selected The presumption here is that Mere Hill Stud will be con ¬ tinued probably in the name of Charles Whitney Moore one of his two sons

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