Transvaal Sold to Robert Walden: Will be Shipped to Maryland-J. O. Keenes English Purchases Delayed, Daily Racing Form, 1917-01-10


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TRANSVAAL SOLD TO ROBERT WALDEN. Will Be Shipped to Maryland — J. 0. Keenes English Purchases Delayed. Lexington. Ky.. January 9. — Robert Walden today bought from A. J. Gorey. of Paris, Ky., the stallion Transvaal and will ship him to his farm at Mid-dlosburg. Md. Mr. Walden made the purchase in partnership with A. H. Morris. Transvaal is twelve years old, by Commando — Itoyal Rose, by Royal Hampton. W. P. Miller, partner of Hal Price Headley in the ownership of Incle and a number of other thoroughbreds at Peauinont Farm, returned to New-York last night. It is understood that he has about closed a deal with John E. Madden for the purchase of eight mares. Nine yearlings, owned by T. P. Thome and recently brought over from France, arrived at Peauinont Farm yesterday from New York. J. O. Keene wired from New York this morning that the horses he bought in Kngland will not arrive until next Tuesday. Keene will come to Lexington tomorrow. K. 1. Alexander today booked Itaglets dam of Huffles to Short Grass. Three two-year-olds belonging to K. D. Alexander and one to John II. Morris arrived today from Woodford County ami were sent to W. J. Youngs stable at the Kentucky Association course to be trained.

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