Horses for New Orleans, Daily Racing Form, 1922-11-26


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HORSES FOR NEW ORLEANS LOUISVILLE, Ky., November 25. C. Bills has decided to rest Teds Plum during the winter instead of sending her to New Orleans as he had originally planned. She will be turned out at the new Thomas farm. Pat Knebelkamp has taken up Billy Dunn, which was turned out during the summer, and he will be sent to New Orleans in time to get into action at the Fair Grounds. He is at present in the J. S. Ownbey stable. His rest evidently did him a world of good, judging by his appearance, and his owner is confident that he will give a good account of himself when he gets back to the races. W. "V. Walsh will take seven horses of the John S. Ward-Roscoe Goose confederacy to New Orleans in time for the Fair Grounds meeting. The remainder will stay at the Downs under the care of trainer Goose. This lot includes Donges, which will be prepared for the Kentucky Derby. Major T. C. McDowell, a member of the Kentucky State Racing Commission and one of the foremost breeders of the Blue Grass State, is on a lengthy visit here. He sustained a broken foot when a horse stepped on it during the Latonia meeting and while the injured member is improving he is still on crutches. The McDowell horses are wintering at Lexington.

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