Latest Turf Gossip from Lexington, Daily Racing Form, 1923-05-03


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I I LATEST TURF GOSSIP FROM LEXINGTON J. W. Parrish. the midway turfman, has five two-year-olds in the stable of Tom Hayes, all by his good stallion Bulse. Dillard Hill arrived today from Huntington, where he raced with some success. He reported that he had left his horses at the West Virginia track. The Toronto stake books were received this morning and distributed among the horsemen who intend racing at Woodbine track. Trainer .lames Ownbey has been notified of the illness of his employer, .1. II. I.ouchheim. The latter is confined in a hospital near Philadelphia and will shortly undergo an operation. Boots and Shoes, starting in the second race, recalled the sensational victory of Wishing Ring at Latonia when she paid the record mutuel price of ,885.50 for . Roots and Shoes is from Wishing Ring. Jockey H. Garner, who has been in enforced idleness for two years on account of some dilliculty he became involved in at the Havana track, has been granted a license to ride here. Jockey J. D. Mooney went to Louisville early Wednesday morning to work In Memo- riam at Churchill Downs. He failed to return in time to ride Wolfs Cry in the opening race and J. Heupel was substituted.

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