Pequest Stud to Go to Kentucky: Mr. Potter Will Center Breeding Interests at Historic Woodburn, Daily Racing Form, 1907-09-15


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PEQUEST STUD TO GO TO KENTUCKY. Mr. Potter Will Center Breeding Interests at Historic Woodburn. Lexington. Ky., September 14. K. H. JlcCarter Potter intends to put Flambeau on the pension list in the near future, and all his other stallions now at Pequcst Stud, near Andover, N. J., and his band of hroodmares, with but a few exceptions, will be sold, and Mr. Potter will confine his future breeding ventures to Kentucky. He has Knight of the Thistle and Buck Massle with a big band of mares located at Woodburn Farm near here in charge of E. L. Davis, and he will increase rather than decrease bis Kentucky breeding interests. Henry Ziealer of Cincinnati, who has for several ! years figured on the turf as an owuer of some good racehorses, turned breeder three years ago and next season he will have out a racing string of his own breeding. The youngsters will be taken up and trained by Charley Hughes this fall and winter at the Kentucky Association track. Zicgler has in addition to his yearlings twelve weanlings coining on, and last spring be mated no less than fifteen broodmares to twelve different stallions of note. The pick of his yearlings this year are colts by Imp, Meltonian. Ethelbert and the famous Blues. He has nominated his broodmares in all tbe produce stakes, and will fiirure on tbe turf in the future like Belmont, Keene and Whitney as a breeder, owner and racing man. Moharib, a Derby winner in the colors of John W. Schorr, which has been laid up in lavender for several years, is back in training, being at the Kentucky Association track, and is working well. He was bred to twenty mares last spriug, and ir his new owner succeeds in keeping him on the turf like some of the old stagers, in time he and colts by him will be racing at thovsamc period. Moharib is only six years old. William Fields has sold to F. W. Torreyson, Pittsburg. Pa., the black yearling colt by Flotow, dam Fa vena, by Harry OFallon. Torreyson is having the youngster broken here by a local trainer. The colt is a full brother to the speedy sprinter, Butinskle and is tbe last of the thoroughbreds which once made up the breeding plant of Fields place, the home or the dead Wagner. Fields went out of the breeding business several years ago, but he retained the dam of this colt.

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