Three Famous Brothers Represented, Daily Racing Form, 1906-01-16


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I THREE FAMOUS BROTHERS REPRESENTED. Three stallions that either now or at one time belonged to King Edward are represented in H. P. Whitneys entries to the Matron Stakes of 1008. They are Persimmon. Diamond Jubilee and Sandrlng-ham, and all are full brothers by St. Slmon-Perdita. Persimmon still is in the Kings stud. Diamond Jubilee was recently sold to go to Argentine Republic, while Sandrlngliam was brought to this country several years ago and was sold at the dispersal sale of the late William C. Whitneys stud October 10, 1904. to Harry Payne Whitney for 4,000. It. T. Wilson, Jr., names fifteen mares bred to .Mexican, the Mirthful horse which went wrong soon after Mr. Wilson had paid a big price for him. One of the mares bred to Mexican is LAIoucttc, a Futurity winner.

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