Another of Minnehaha Shipment Dead.: Two-Year-Old Belonging to J. Livingston Succumbs after Arrival-Poor Looking Lot, Daily Racing Form, 1917-01-17


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ANOTHER OF MINNEHAHA SHIPMENT DEAD. Two-Year-Old Belonging to J. Livingston Succumbs After Arrival — Poor Looking Lot. New York. January 10. — Besides the horses reported dead yesterday in the Minnehaha consignment another two-year-old. belonging to Jefferson .ivingstoii. died today aial one. the property of Jack Keene. is not expected to live. "All the G. D. Widener broodmares shipped excellently." said A. J. Joyner to-day. "and they have been sent to Erdenheiin Farm. Pennsylvania. The three year old Banshee, which won races last year in England and Ireland, has been taken to Belmont, to be trained." Except in the case of the older horses and Mr. J. I". Morgans hunters, the Minnehaha consignment, as a Whole, were nor inspiring in looks, though this was probably partly due to the long trip and close confinement on the ship. The opinion is general among horsemen that it will take a long time to get these latest importations ready to be seen at their heat. Joe Edwards, in charge of the Mirasol Stable, « ighteea in number, h-ft Gravesend for Charleston, 8. C. yesterday. Congressman George W. Loft expects to leave for law Orleaas BOZt Saturday.

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