The Bard Has a Safe Journey, Daily Racing Form, 1907-08-18


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THE BARD HAS A SAFE JOURNEY. Lexington, Ky., August 17. William Steele has been advised by letter that The Bard stood hi3 journey from Kentucky to his old quarters at Chcs-terbrook Stud, Pennsylvania, in good condition and will spend the remainder of his days in ease. Two of the five living yearlings by this horse have already been named. The chestnut c olt out of Laughter has been registered as Glen Riddle and the bay colt out of Northminster, by Silurian, will be known to the turf as Choirmaster of Chestcrbrook. The other yearlings by The Bard are the chestnut filly out of Sarah T., tlie chestnut filly out of Maritjo and the chestnut colt out of Los Angeles. John E. .Madden owns the latter youngster.

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