Latest News from Breeding Farms, Daily Racing Form, 1919-02-22


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LATEST NEWS FROM BREEDING FARMS LEXINGTON, Ky.. February 21. Peter Quince property of chairman J. N.. Camden of the Kentucky State Racing Commission, was this week placed at Harry Morrisseys Kemnlaud Farm to make the season. J. E. Wideners Mont dOr is at the same farm and Morrissey today said his complement of ten free mares has been filled John E. Madden today sold the five-rear-old Inaugurate, by Ballot Possession, by Requital, the boint inm Ketaiued, by Hanover, to W. . Thraves. W. Scott Harlan, manager for Edward K. Marshall, of Meadowbrook, Pa., has been here for a couple of days looking for breeding material A. It. Hancocks Workmaid, sister to Embroiderv. has foaled a chestnut colt, a brother to Dunbovifc, winner of the 1 utunty and Great American Stakes, by Celt.

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