Too Much Name., Daily Racing Form, 1907-01-10


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TOO MUCH NAME. Paul Armstrong, the playwright, has claimed the name. The Heir to the Bosrsh, for a yearling colt, by Paladin, eat of Passer, which he says gives promise of accomplishing great tilings on the turf. At the Rancho del Paso dispersal sale iji Decemlier. IMS, Mr. Armstrong purchased Pansy, then twenty years old. for .*:175. as it was doubted if she was in foal. Pansy was bought out of the royalties of the play, •■The Heir to the Hoornli." hence the inline. I nfoitiitiately. Mr. Armstrongs breeding ventures ended rather disastrously, as Pansy and Rehan. a daughter of Darebin which he got for S3M at the asjae time were killed by lightning last summer. The colt out of Pansy was aritk the mares at the lime, but by some freak of the elements anas not injured at ail.

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