Deutschland Again Changes Hands, Daily Racing Form, 1914-01-29


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DEUTSCHLAND AGAIN CHANGES HANDS. George Wingfield of Reno, Xev., is starting in to slock a small farm with choice thoroughbreds in Nevada. He has the celebrated mares Recreation. Shasta Water and Princess Zeika that raced so widl in the colors of Burns and Waterhouse. and last Monday, while visiting this city, made the best purchase lie ever has in his life. He bought from S. Christenson of this city, the stallion Deutschland. a grandly-bred son of Sain and Derfargilla, by Onondaga. Deutschland is a handsome, well-made stallion and if breeding is any criterion, he should be one of the best sires in America. Mr. Wingliold also purchased the following four grand-looking, well-bred mares, all in foal to Chantilly brother to Cluny, being by Salvation out of Valoncionue, by St. Carlo: Tallac. by Top Gallant Linwood; Fay-muir, by Canopus Duplex; Kleven Bells, hy Quicklime Klsie S., and St. Sephorene, by St. Carlo Wind Flower. P. Guilliains, superintendent of Mr. Winglielils farm, started for Reno with those thoroughbreds last Thursday. Mr. Winglield believes racing will Ik- revived on an extensive scale in Reno next voar. San Francisco Breeder and Sportsman.

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