Smiths Pretentious String: Stable of Vice-Chairman of Kentucky State Racing Commission Quartered at Churchill, Daily Racing Form, 1932-03-11


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SMITHS PRETENTIOUS STRING Stable of Vice-Chairman of Ken- tucky State Racing Commission Quartered at Churchill. LOUISVILLE, Ky., March 10. William E. Smith, vice-chairman of the Kentucky State Racing Commission, has quartered at the Downs the most pretentious string of thor- oughbreds that he has ever attempted to campaign since his entrance into the sport of kings. Jack T. Weaver is again in charge of his horses, which embrace the four-year-old True Blue Pal and the three-year-old, Close Decision, a bay gelding, by Franklin Half- awake. The remainder of his charges are two-year-olds, and are named as follows: Knockaway, bay gelding, by Knockando Halfawake; Lonwin, bay filly, by Whisk- along Windsor; Angon Ward, bay gelding, by Angon Lady Ward; Score, bay gelding, by Angon Clearing Up; Seijon, bay filly, by Angon Siege; Onside, bay gelding, by Angon Sidelight; Mandoline, brown gelding, by Knockando Mirage; Otherwise, chestnut gelding, by Wise Counsellor Kitty Yansen and Satrock, gray filly, by The Satrap Super Rock. These youngsters have but recently been taken up from wintering on the farm, but are good looking individuals for the most part, and several of this lot may show up well in racing during the Latonia meeting. P. A. and R. J. Nash, owners of the Shan- don Stud, with trainer J. J. Greeley, visited the Downs Monday, and secured stall room for fourteen head of horses they have in Lexington. - e . . , : : :

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