Colonial Girl Goes to Kentucky, Daily Racing Form, 1906-10-30


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COLONIAL GIRL GOES TO KENTUCKY. New York, October 20. Colonial Girl has -hot been sold to F. C. Bishop and she will not be bred to the French liorse Adam next spring; Along with Mabel Richardson, Colonial Girl lias been shipped to Kentucky to be turned out at Tom Stevens Walnut Hills farm. She will be mated with Cesar-ion next spring. Rowe says her racing days are at an end and that he has decided not to sell her to any one. Rowe lias disposed of such other Jiorses lie had that were in racing condition and he is temporarily out of the game; A few days ago he made an effort to buy back from Grant Hugh Browne the good colt Sewell. He said this was chiefly due to the fact that his wife is a great admirer of the youngster and was dissatisfied when he parted with him to the owner of the Brown-leigh Park Stable. The contract which lie holds on the services of jockey Sewell has another year to run, but the papers are on the market.

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