All Ready at Lexington: Everything in Tiptop Condition for Fall Meeting Opening Saturday, Daily Racing Form, 1922-09-15


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ALL READY AT LEXINGTON Everything in Tiptop Condition for Fall Meeting Opening Saturday. LEXINGTON, Ky., September 14. Resident manager Thomas C. Bradley today stated that everything is in readiness for the opening of the annual fall meeting of the Kentucky Jockey Club at tne old Kentucky Association track on Saturday. "We have here plenty of horses, good weather prospects and an indication of the usual good attendance," said he. "The officials are reporting for duty and .all will,be.,present .when, the bugle sounds for the opening race. Judge William H, Shelley, racing secretary, came yesterday and Gene Elrod, who has charge of the pari-mutuels, arrived last night. Colonel Matt J. Winn, general manager, will be here Saturday." The Kentucky division of Colonel E. R. Bradleys Idle Hour Farm Stable came in last night from Louisville in charge of William Hurley. Frank J. Kelleys string, including Chatter-ton find Bastinado, the latter his Breeders Futurity candidate, arrived today, as did also the string of Shafer and Conway. Kay Spence arrived tonight with the Montfort Jones string. J. C. Milam today stated that Senator J. N. Camdens Big Bertha will not be a starter for the Breeders Futurity, and the colors of the chairman of the State Racing Commission will not be seen in that race. Milams yearling brother to Dust Flower today worked an eighth of a mile in Whitney Moore has returned to Mere Hill Farm after an illness at Battle Creek, Mich. He is preparing to put three yearlings into training.

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