Spanish Prince Shipped to Kentucky: Clearance Mackays Noted Stallion and Seventeen Mares Sent to A. B. Hancocks Farm, Daily Racing Form, 1919-01-18


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SPANISH PRINCE SHIPPED TO KENTUCKY Clarence Mackays Noted Stallion and Seventeen Mares Sent to A. B. Hancocks Farm. . XEW YORK, X. Y.. January 17. Clarence Mackays seventeen mares and the stallion Spanish Prince have been shipied to A. R. Hancocks farm at Paris, Ky., in rare of Johnny Miller and under the direction of Charles F. Hill, who will have charge of Mr. Mackays horses at both Red Rank and in Kentucky. Following is the list of mares: Audience, bred to Prince Palatine; Lady Winifred, to Spanish Prince; Wheat Ear, to Spanish Prince; Conrtisane, to Phoenix; Queen Tii, to Rabelais; Miss Malaprop, to Fits Herbert; Melody, to Prince Palatine; Cafe an Lait, to Spanish Prince: Mauzani-ta. to Fitz Herbert; Ralancolre. to Rabelais; La Claque, to Spanish Prince; Footlights, to Sardana-pale; Mabel Strauss, to Spanish Prince; Lady K., to Spanish Prince; Fresnay, to Spanish Prince; Junta, to Fitz Herbert, and Hazel and Blue, to Fitz Herbert. Mr. Mackay will dispose of his yearlings at the Fasig-Tipton paddocks at Saratoga during the August meeting. Charlie Hill states that Mr. Mackay will go in for breediug as in times gone bv, and it will be noticed that he has sidetracked the French nom de course of Charles Carroll and the American one of Haras de Fresnay in making his nominations for the 1921 Futurity, all being registered in the name of Clarence II. Mackay. "Pudding" McDaniel has bought from Grant Hugh Rrowne the nine-year-old mare Fair Mac, by Uncle Mac Fairy Lily, which won twice last year, and Crepuscule, a five-year-old mare, by Meddler Strike-a-Lighr. These mares are now at Goshen, but will lw shipped to Gravesend shortly.

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