Chacornacs Sire, Juvenal, Dead, Daily Racing Form, 1907-09-18


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CHACORNACS SIRE, JUVENAL, DEAD. Chacornacs sire, Juvenal, was put to deatli not long since at Elmendorf Farm, near Lexington, Ky., on account of general debility. He was only eighteen years old. but lie has been out of service for some time and of no use as a stock horse. Juvenal was a son of Springfield and Satire, by Blair Athol, and was a high-class stake winner in England. His best get outside of Chacornac were The Minute Man, Musette. JuvenalisT Florizel, Turquoise Blue, Juvenal Maxim, Satirist, Wool fiath-erer and San Cecelia, and his daughters are highly prized as broodmares. Another stallion which recently died at Elmendorf was the black horse. Calvados, also eighteen years old. and a son of the Derby winner, Galopin and Turn of the Title by Mandrake. Calvados never raced, but with limited stud opportunities lie sired a number of good winners, including Caldron, Valdos. Coming "Event, Tom Sharkey, Queen Nubia, Seven Up and Mcxicana. Recently during a storm In out of the Elmendorf paddocks the bay filly. Fatigue, by Star Kuby, dam Winenia, by Uneas, became frightened and in attempting to jump a fence fell and broke her neck.

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