Ship Horses To Louisville: Keene Stable Sent There for Training--Names Given the Cebrian Two-Year-Olds., Daily Racing Form, 1923-01-02


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SHIP HORSES TO LOUISVILLE Eeene Stable Sent There for Training Names Given the Cebrian TwoYearOlds LEXINGTON Ky January 1 Ham Keene shipped a dozen of the sons and daughters of Luke McLuke including the fast filly Alice Blue Gown and the good colt Chittagong now threeyearolds to Louis ¬ ville last night to enter training at Churchill Downs DownsJ J O Keene is at Ashland addressing his attention to the construction of the new race course of the TriState Fair and Racing As ¬ sociation which he says will be completed in time for a meeting in July following the close of the Kentucky Jockey Clubs meet ¬ ing at Latonia LatoniaIt It is not known here when the State Rac ¬ ing Commission will meet to allot dale for this years spring racing but there is a feel ¬ ing among turfmen generally that there should be no delay in announcing the sched ¬ ule so that plans may be made and prelimi ¬ naries attended to for the spring season of racing racingKay Kay Spence is here from Virginia to direct the shipment of a carload of thoroughbreds belonging to his employers Messrs B B and Montfort Jones to the Audley farm in Virginia They will be sent out tomorrow in all probability The stallion Ormondale will be among them themEdward Edward B McLean has booked two of Us mares to The Finn wnich is standing this year at Hamburg Place PlaceW W W Darden is here from Nashville to arrange about booking several of his mares to stallions in this vicinity vicinityThe The James B Haggin estate has sold the Elmendorf Coal Feed Company to W B Talbert who for many years has been in the feed business here The transaction in ¬ volves approximately 100000 100000The The mares Gibbs and LaCandeur vhich were two of those bought by Miss Dainger field at the Macomber sale were purchased Saturday by Edward Cebrian who now is in New Tork and they were delivered this morning to Keeneland farm farmPreparations Preparations are being made at Himyar stud Idle Hour Stock Farm Claiborne Stud and Belair Farm for the reception of mares and young stock purchased in England at the Newmarket sales last month The horses arrived in New Tork harbor Saturday night were taken oft the boat yesterday and are due here tomorrow Phil Chinn is in New Tork to attend to their transportation Twentyeight of them are to go to Himyar stud studNames Names as follows have been awarded to Edward Celirian for twoyearolds twoyearoldsTrcmlbeck Trcmlbeck br f by Troutbeck Candluwick Dalliance b f by Troutbeck Dally Scopottische b f by You Tromp Sain Shot Norseland ch f by Sir Martin Norumbejra Princess Nora b f by Spanish Prince II Norccn Mali Jonpr b f by Sir Martin Tea Party Prim Lady br t by Mont dOr Charity Lass Corsan b c by Von Tronip Corfu CorfuHal Hal Price Headley who spent the holidays with his brother George in Alabama re ¬ turned to Beaumont Farm last night nightFrederick Frederick Johnson arrived last night from New Tork and spent the day looking over the thoroughbreds he has at Beaumont Farm

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