Latest News from Blue Grass State: C. H. Mackays Stallion Spanish Prince and Mares in Good Health-Horse Sale next Week, Daily Racing Form, 1919-02-12


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LATEST NEWS FROM BLUE GRASS STATE ! C. H. Mackays Stallion Spanish Prince and Mares in Good Health Horse Sale Next Week. LEXINGTON, Ky., February 11. Chas. F. Hill is in Lexington to spend several days. He arrived at Paris from New York Sunday night and spent yesterday and this morning at A. R. Hancocks Claiborne Farm, where Clarence H. Mackay has Spanish Prince and seventeen mares. "I found the stallions and the mares in excellent condition," aid he. As yet there are no foals. Edward F. Sims and Henry Oliver, partners with James W. McClelland in the ownership of Eternal, arrived here today, the former from New York and the latter from Philadelphia. Gene Elrod came over from Louisville today to see general manager R. L. Raker relative to the requirements for the pari-mutuel office for the spring meeting, which is to open at the local track April 24. He left this afternoon for Cincinnati. Senator Thomas A. Combs is at Louisville today with officers of the New Louisville Jockey Club to complete negotiations under which two unbroken two-year-old fillies by Olambala, the dams being Lady Navarre and Picture, are to be sold here next week along with a lot of trotters under the auspices of the Kentucky Sales Co. R. T. Wilson is the owner of the fillies and they were left at Kirklev-ington last fall when the other youngsters were shipped to trainer Healy, for no reason other than that the owner did not fancy them. Miss Possum, a seven-year-old mare by Voter, also is to be sold in this sale and August Relmont has consigned a number of half thoroughbreds from his Nursery Stud.

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