J. R. Keene Changes His Mind: Decides to Have His Yearlings Trained Rather than Sold after Seeing Them at Lexington, Daily Racing Form, 1910-09-22


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J. R. KEENE CHANGES HIS MIND. Decides to Have His Yearlings Trained Rather Than Sold After Seeing Them at Lexington. Lexington, Ky.. September 21. — Twelve renaming*, eight colts and four allies, from James It. Keene*s Castieton Stud were shipped to Sbeepahead Bay this morning to he broken hy Thomas irecn. This leaves fifteen yearlings at Castieton and they will he sent to Sheepshead Bay in Ortoher. Mr. Keenc came to Kentucky with the expectation that he would have a sale of these yearlings, hut when, after his brief illness, he got to the farm and saw the**, he decided that he would have them all hroken and trained and lie returned to New York enthusiastic over their appearand. Those comprising the shipment today were, in the order of their individual looks: Chestnut COlt hy Hippodrome -Maid of Kriu. Bay colt hy Hen Brush — Sunning Stream. Hrowu colt hy Delhi Runaway Girt. Bay colt hv EHppodroue — Helgiavia. Chestnut colt hy Disguisi — Sandfly. Bay colt hy Delhi — Gingbairi. Hlack colt hv Peter Pan — Anomaly. Hay cult by Peter ran -Mintcake. Chestnut tiliy hv Hippodromi — Kditha. i Brown fill v hv Voter — -Kcatarina. Drown filly hy Detbt— Ca* ami Hells.

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