Thoroughbred Mares Shipped East, Daily Racing Form, 1915-11-07


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• [ . . - i I I ■ ; THOROUGHBRED MARES SHIPPED EAST. Lexington. Ky.. November 6.— John Miller left her*- this afternoon for New York with twelve thoroughbreds, recently purchased by P. A. Clark. the Rancocas Farm and Gifford A. Cochran. In Clarks consignment were the mares Tradition. Lady Krrant, Russian ible and Votes, and two weanlings, a chestnut filly by Ballot -Graziosa an 1 a bay fitly by Ballot -Flora Bassett. The mares Picturesque. Filial Shot, Phaiitasma and I dre Star ~o to Rancocas Farm, while to Cochran go two weanlings, a chestnut colt by Trap Rock -Marie Frances and a bay colt by Sain — Gold. W. S. Payne, having purchased the interests of his partners, is now tlie sole owner of Malta Santa. Thomas lloilge this week sold to Jack Weaver and J. H. Nichols a yearling chestnut 1111 v bv Transvaal Santa, and from George St oil he hoiight tin* yearling chestnut filly by Nasturtium — Pink Rose.

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