Fillies of Promise Dead, Daily Racing Form, 1922-08-22


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FILLIES OF PROMISE DEAD LEXINGTON, Ky., August 21. It became necessary this morning to destroy the yearling bay filly half sister to May Star, Star View and Red Legs by Dick Finnell Star-cadia, by Star Shoot. She was the property of Messrs. Carr and Piatt and one day last week while running in the paddock with an-another filly sustained an injury to one of her hips. Dr. Edward Hagard had rendered treatment, but she failed to respond and this morning was unable to get up from the floor of her stall. The yearling bay filly by Bezant Miccosu-kee, which T. P. Hayes bought for ,000 out of the Sanford Farms consignment at Saratoga, died at the Kentucky Association track yesterday morning. She contracted pneumonia on her way to Lexington. George Brooks arrived fiom Saratoga yesterday with a dozen yearlings, the property of various parties, including five for T. P. Hayes. Jake Holtman is here from Saratoga with a half dozen yearlings. William Feuchter arrived this morning from Toledo with four horses. The Blue Grass Fair opened this afternoon with a large attendance and a card of six races. R. L. Baker, W. G. Hay and Sam C. Nuckols are the stewards. W. H. Shelly is placing judge and racing secretary, William Hamilton starter, Julius Reeder clerk of the scales and AVilliam Dondas in charge of the pari-mutuel ofiice.

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