Strong Stable Forming: Livingstons Imported Racers Divided into Two Separate Racing Strings, Daily Racing Form, 1915-12-17


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STRONG STABLE FORMING LIVINGSTONS IMPORTED RACERS DIVIDED INTO TWO SEPARATE RACING STRINGS. One. with Excellent Reinforcements from Abroad, to Be Known As the Kentucky Stable in Next Years Racing. Ix-xington. Kr.. Dec-einlter 1C. — An arrangement liclwocn Pliil T. "liinn and Jefferson Livingston, under which Colonel Vennie, Polroma. Col. Matt. 11a uloii. Lingtal. ITeuro. Ui-i kn.i and Koukiss were raced in the east this roar has been cancelled. The lii st-naincd six horses will he shipped to Her-niaii R. Brandt at Louisville Saturday. Bcckna and Koukiss, together with eight English yearlings, liivv in charge of M. K. Mammon, a half down French yearlings that are to he delivered in America by January 1. and two American yearlings purchased recently by Mr. Chiun. are to form the Kentucky Stable, which is expected to become quite prominent in the racing of next year. Mr. China has not made known the personnel of the backers of the Kentucky Stable, but the names of these holding an interest in the organization have been registered with the Jockey Club. The English yearlings, now at Charleston, are to be brought to Lexington shortly to remain until about February 1. when the Kentucky Stable string will [ lie shipped t Ixmisville. Following is the list of I the English breds: Swoon, gr. c. by Senseless — Cocaine. Chest nut colt by Santry — Symington Toll, by Symington. Chestnut celt by St. Frusquin — Lady Kate, by Hampton. Bay filly by Joe Chamberlain — Maud Primrose, . by Mackintosh. Bay lilly by Lcmberg — Love Chase, by Melton. Bay or brown colt by Bachelors Double — First t Over, by Pioneer. Bay colt by Sautry — Mirfiold. by Wakefield. Brown colt by Radium— Hacklers Pride, by , Hackler. The two American yearlings are the chestnut filly by Peep oDay — Carlotta C. tdani of Star Gift and * Short Ballon, aud the bay filly by Ben Brush-Sister " Juliet. Koukiss and iteckna are the two-year-olds, the former being by Bark Konald — Sun Kiss, and the latter by Troutlieck— St. Natalia, by Common. ■ Neither has raced ?s yet. The nam- Kentucky Stable is not unfamiliar to ° the American turf. Col. Jack Chiiui and George Morgan raced under that name for several years and j Col. Jack Chinus father used the name in his day. Speaking of Colonel Vennie. Phil Chiun t- day said: "In my opinion that colt will be returned the !uner of the Kentucky Derby next spring and he p ! ». ill be hard to trim in a number of eastern races lor threeyeaivolds."

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