Names Claimed for Coming Racers: Jefferson Livingston Registers Eleven with Jockey Club and W. B. Miller Four, Daily Racing Form, 1919-03-03


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NAMES CLAIMED FOR COMING RACERS Jefferson Livingston Registers Eleven with Jockey Club and W. B. Miller Four. NEW YORK, N. Y., March L. Jefferson Livingston, who is a visitor In New York, has made public a list of two-year-olds for which lie has registered names with the Jockey Club. There are eleven youngsters in the band, representing the stallions Marathon. Fair Play, Disguise, Dick Welles and Rock View. The names claimed for the coining racers, together with their breeding, follow: Alaska, blk. c, by Dick Welles Woodlawn Belle. Algoa, by Marathon Attentive. Alvera, eh. f, by Fair Play Orla, daughter of Orby. Jadda, eh. c, by Marathon Ethel Carr. Jevno, br. f, by Dick Welles Winter. Mandalay, ch. c, by Marathon Foxy Mary. Moja. ch. e, by Marathon Flash of Lightning. Overbold, br. c, by Disguise Pictons Pride. Starview, by Rock View Starcadia. Verdi Loon, b. f, by Marathon Bonnie Eloise. Zinthon, by Marathon Zinfandcl. W. B. Miller, who, witli Hal Price Ucadiey owns the stallion Uncle, has claimed names for four fillies, all by that noted sire. They are: Eyes of Youth, ch. f, by Uncle Ave Maria. Miug Toi, I, f, by Uncle Saratoga Belle. Second Cousin, b. f, by Uncle Katrina. Vanity Box, b. f, hy Uncle Unseen.

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