Foals Of Distinguished Kinship Arrive.: Colt by The Manager--Kings Daughter at Ashland Stud--Track Still Slow., Daily Racing Form, 1917-04-11


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FOALS OF DISTINGUISHED KINSHIP ARRIVE. Colt by The Manager — Kings Daughter at Ashland Stud— Track Still Slow. Lexington. Ky.. April 10— W. II. Stevens today arrived at the Kentucky Association track from San Antonio. Tex., with Sal Vanity. Deckhand and Some Beach. Jockey .1. Howard, who came yesterday from San Antonio, will ride for Col. W. B. Applegate. The track was slow and fast work was out of the. question, the average being Usree-esnnrten in from 1:10 t. 1:20. T. C. McDowell quite proudly announced the arrival at his Ashland Stud of a chestnut colt by The Manager-Kings Daughter. .1. « . Keene was another who wore :i broad smile when be came to the track and it was ascertained that tile cause was a fine, big chestnut colt by Luke Mel. ike Micaela. the dam of one of the two-year -olds hen- recently sold to Congressman George W. Loft of New York, for a big price. Still ; the- who announced the arrival of a wonderful chestnut colt, was Pre aidant Hal Price Bead* ley of the Thoroughbred Horse Association. This fellow was dropped at Beaumont Farm yesterday and is by Incle -Planateaa, therefore a brother to one of the fastest tWO-J car-olds in the A. K. Macombcr string. Mr. Headley also reported the arrival of a bay colt by Incle — Lady Savoy and a chestnut filly by Iiroomstick — Truant, the property of S. L. Parsons of New York. C. B. Mickelwait of Jonesboro. Arkansas, who has beea attending the racing at Hot Springs, was among the arrivals for the forthcoming spring meeting.

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