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BEACHCOMBERS STUD SEASON PLANNED. Disappointing Son of Rock Sand Expected to Malic Amends for Dismal Racing Failure. Lexington. Ky.. Feb. 7. — Harry Morrissey, staid r on the Kentucky tracks, bus Beachesenber at his Kemptaad rami, near Lexington. Horrissej i half owner wilh E. K. P.radley in tke disappoint- bag sou of Lock Sand and will put him in the stud the coming s.-. son. There isnt a better 1 Id - i of his illustrious sire anywhere probably, but this and tiie fact that he fetched 4,100 as a yearling i.i spite of his limp did not sustain him in racing. He was. because of his ailment, a dismal failure on the turf, but MotTisaey believes in his future is a sire and will give him the best chance possible. Morrissey has three mares of his own that he intends to breed him to. Faux-Col. Leo Skolny and Waterford are a trio of distinguished individuals wintering at Keanptand. The first named two are owned by D. J. Mackenzie and Jack Adkins and Waterferd i tin property of James p. Koss an 1 J. T. Lainr] . Waterferd is one of the best of the coming three -via1 olds and looks like he is going to show big improvement over his two-year-old form. His own-is refused $ s.O »0 for him in September. Leo Skolny and Iaux-Col have been fired and both are in gi oil condilion.