Corrigans Racing Plans: Big Stable of Thirty Horses Will Start in at Louisville, Daily Racing Form, 1907-09-14

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COPJtlGANS RACING PLANS. BIG STABLE OF THIRTY HORSES WILL START IN AT LOUISVILLE. Lexington and Latonia Passed Winter Campaign To Be Made at New Orleans Courses 39 Yearlings for Sale. Edward Corrlgan left Chicago for Lexington, Kw, last Thursday. An Inspection of his farm and horses will fill in time until next week, when he will be In attendance on the Lexington races. It Is not his intention to race any of his horses at either the Lexington or the Latonia meetings. All that are intended for racing are working at moderate exercise over the Hawthorne tracks under the carts of June Collins and Tom McGee. Thev number thirty and in due time will be sent to Louisville to take part in the fall meeting. From Louisville they will be sent to New Orleans, and in the course of the coming winter meetings will be raced impartially over both tracks. Owning a great band of stallions and broodmares horses naturally accumulate on .Mr. Corrigan until he is over-crowded, and as a new departure lie has decided to relieve the situation bv selling all of his yearlings except veven that are in California with their dams and not available for that reason. Below is a list of Mr. Corrigans yearlings, twenty colts and nineteen fillies offered for sale. With the exception of three, and those in California, his represents his entire crop of. living foals of 1S0G. The other three wvre sold to Pat Dunne. Mr. Corrj-. gan Is reserving none of his yearlings for racing purposes. They -will all be sold at private sale, lie says they are as good looking a band of youngsters as are to be seen anywhere. None of them has ever worn bridle or saddle, hut all are thoroughly halter broken. All are at the Corrlgan farm, six miles from Lexington, Ky., on the Parkers Mill road, where they will he shown to prospective purchasers during the present race meeting at Lexington or afterwards until they are sold. Bay colt, by Brantome The Cuban Girl. Bay colt, by Brantome Lucille Murphy. Bay colt, by Brantome Zazel. w Bay colt, by Brantomi? Edith. Bay colt, by Brantonie Alababa. Bay filly, by Brantome Golden Wings. Bay filly, by Brantome Georgia Gardher.- Bay filly, by Brantome Purltana. Black colt, by Brantome Class. Brown colt, by Brantome; Anuello. Brown tilly, by Brantome Camelia. Bay colt, by Marta Santa Lute. Bay filly, by Marta Santa California. Bay filly, by Marta Santa Proclaim. Bay filly, by Marta Santa Glenella II. Bay filly, by Marta Santa Maria Louise. Chestnut colt, by McGee Francesca. Chestnut filly, by Marta Santa Challie Howard. Brown filly, by Ormlcant Alda Dunn. Chestnut colt, by Ormicant Heliograph. Chestnut colt, by Ormlcant Artatlon. Chestnut colt, by Ormlcant Scarf Pin. Bay filly, by Riley Hindu. Bay filly, by Riley Clara Jewell. Bay filly, by Riley Afrlque. Bay edit, by Scintillant II. Ethel VI. Bay colt, by Scintillant II. Artena. Bay coit, by Scintillant II. Roberta Lee. Bay colt, by Scintillant II. The Lady. Bay filly, by Scintillant II. La Pomona. Bay filly, by Scintillant II. Virna. Bay filly, by Scintillant II. Red Bank. Bay filly, by Scintillant II. Nora. Bay tilly, by Scintillant IL Ada Long. Chestnut colt, by Scintillant II. Penela. Chestnut colt, by Scintillant II. Winifred. Chestnut celt, by Scintillant II. Princess Athellng. Chestnut colt, by Scintillant II. Thespia. Chestnut filly, by Scintillant II. Long Glenn. The mares In California and" their Yearlings aro the following: Ottie, with brown colt, by Artillery. Lulu W., with chestnut colt, by Bedeck. Loch Katrine, with brown filly, by Canopus. Clara White, with bay colt, by Galveston. Taglioni, with hay colt, bv Marta Santa. LEtrenne, with brown colt, by Marta Santa. Fanny Lyons, with chestnut colt, by Marta Santa.

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