Gossip from the Blue Grass Region, Daily Racing Form, 1913-01-19


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: GOSSIP FROM THE BLUE GRASS REGION. Lexington. Ky.. January IK. — T. F. Brannon. the Bonbon County turfman, arrived at the Kentucky • Asaoelatiea track today with eight banes. They are: Worlds. Wonder, a likely three-year-old mai-ilea: Bill Whaley. bay colt. :;. by Orlando —Grievance: Iretta Stalworthy. chestnut filly, by Sta! «.ut -Hindi, and a twi -joar salt I half brother to Worlds Wonderi by Transvaal— Rose Miller. The other four are the property of Martin Doyle. One is a Stalwart colt out of Margaret Beach, another is ., •• colt by Nasturtium and two fillies are by TXSBS- I aal. Battling Nelson is he name of a good-looking and ] speedy twn rear-aid at the Kentucky A-sooiati.n track. He i-- a bay eolt with four white feet and 1 n white strioe in hi- face and is of medium size. His sire is Thomas c. McDowells famous Kentucky Derby winner. Allaii-a Dale, and his dam is Faun ette. winner of the Queen City Oaks, which was inn at Newport in the spring of 1SP7. for J. T. Wearer, of I.atonia The great marc Imp wa- . unplaced in that race. l-auie tie is a daughter of Sir Dixon and Fauna, by Virgil, ami she out of J Iav Templetou. by imported Phaeton. Battling Nelson i- the proper! v of A. D. Steele, of this city. ■ father of .jix-koy Bryan Steele, and he says the eolt ; showed him a quarter in :23 at Latoaia last fall. ■

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