Extending His Breeding Operations.: T. C. McDowell, Always Confident of Racings Revival, Going In More Heavily., Daily Racing Form, 1913-06-04


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EXTENDING HIS BREEDING OPERATIONS C McDowell Always Confident of Racings Re ¬ vival Going In More Heavily Louisville Kyf June 3 T C McDowell made a flying visit to Ashland Farm at Lexington Sunday to look over his band of yearlings and sucklings and also to see what improvement Ills great fouryear old The Manager had made since being turned out The son of Voter has fully recovered from his recent sickness but it has left him low in llesli and his owner has no intention of attempting to train the great colt again until next spring Ho will also likely not take him up even then early as he will permit him to be mated with a few select mares next season at Ashland Farm before he is again put in training trainingThe The McDowell mares have all foaled this season and ho lias live suckling colts and five IHIIes They are Bay filly by Ogden Kings Daughter by Orna ¬ ment mentBay Bay filly by Peter Pan Star Cat by Star Shoot ShootBay Bay lilly by Peep oDay Countess Irma by Sir Dixon DixonChestnut Chestnut filly by Voter Belle of Ashland by Ornament OrnamentBay Bay iilly 1 3 Ben Brush Tenawha by Tenny TennyCliestnut Cliestnut colt by Voter Lady Anne by Kinley Mack MackChestnut Chestnut colt by Voter Ecstacy by Ben Strome StromeBay Bay colt by Ben Brush Acushla by Miser MiserBlack Black colt by Waterhoy Fancywood by Prince of Monaco MonacoChestnut Chestnut colt by Marathon Mbnarda by Candle ¬ mas masAll All these mares have been mated to famous sires this season as follows Kings Daughter to Bal ¬ lot Star Cat to Ogden Countess Irma to Hastings Belle of Ashland to Ogden Acushla to Hastings Tenawha to Ogden Fancywood to Hastings Lady Anne to Ogden Monarda to Hastings Ecstacy to Ogden All told Mr McDowell is breeding nine toon mares this season He has retired his three good lUHes lima Affable and True Blue and they have been mated with Disguise Ancient and Brace girdle have been mated with Voter while he has muted Lucy Lockett Mirth and Alanarka to Fail Play and Understudy to Jack Point the sire of Ten Point lie is breeding a greater array of mares to noted sires this season than ever l efore in the his ¬ tory of Ashbind Farm He is one turfman who never lost faith in the return of racing as it once nourished and he thinks that the time has now ar ¬ rived and he is going lit the business on an extensive scale Mr McDowell has had remarkable success as u breeder breederThere There are nine yearlings at Ashland Farm this season three laing colts and six fillies They are areChestnut Chestnut colt by Planudes Countess Irma bv Sir Dixon DixonChestnut Chestnut colt by Stalwart Acushla by Miser Chestnut MiserChestnut colt by Stalwart Lucy Lockett by Order OrderCliestnut Cliestnut iilly by The Scribe Belle of Ashland by Ornament OrnamentBay Bay lilly by Voter Lady Anne by Kinley Mack Bay MackBay StromeChestnut lilly by The Scribe Ecstacy by Ben Strome BracegirdleCliestnut Chestnut filly by Plaudit Bracegirdle Cliestnut lilly by Planudes Monarda by Candle ¬ mas masBay Bay filly by St Savin Alanarkn by Allana I la I Of all the youngsters now at Ashland Farm Mr McDowell sets the greatest store by the suckling ILly out of Ids noted Kentucky Oaks winner Kings Daughter This is that famous mares first foal During her career on the turf Kings Daughter won thirtynine races and i50 in stakes and purses She won her first start as a twoyearold and won htr last two races when she was eight rears old

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