Col. Vennie and Royal II in Stud, Daily Racing Form, 1919-03-04


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COL. VENNIE AND ROYAL II. IN STUD XEW YORK. X. Y.. March 3. Jefferson Iiv-wgstou. who has retired Colonel Vennie and Royal II. to the stud, is particularly pleased over the reports that have come to him from Kentucky, for he has heard from Rome Respess. on whose farm these horses are standing, that Ctlonel Vennies book of twenty-five mares already is full, while already this early in the season twelve have been booked to Royal II. Mr. Livingston expects to go to Ht Springs for the opening of the meeting there on March 15 and remain for three weeks at least. A half dozen of the Livingston horses, which Jack McCorraack has had at Xew Orleans all -winter, have been turned over to Pat Dunne to take to the Hot Springs meeting, while 3IcCormack, who has done little racing of his charges because of the bad weather and muddy track, is now on his way to Louisville with the others. There are thirty-two horses in the Livingston string, but he expects to dispose of several o these before the season is far advanced.

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