Louchheims Stable At Lexington: St. Quentin and Five Two-Year-Olds Make Up String in Charge of Trainer C. F. Clark., Daily Racing Form, 1919-03-31


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LOUCHHEIMS STABLE AT LEXINGTON St Quentin and Five TwoYcarOlds Make Up String in Charge of Trainer C F Clark LEXINGTON Ky Marcli 30 J H Louchlieim the Philadelphia contractor has the threeyearold St Quentin a brown gelding by His Majesty The Marchioness and fivetwoyearolds by Granite at the Kentucky Association track being trained by C F Clark The sons and daughters of Granite were bred by Mr Louchheim himself and among them is one of the best fillies in Kentucky She is a daughter of Ursula Emma she by Broomstick Admittance by Badge Rose Lady and her name is My Boots As a yearling last fall she worked a quarter in 22 and already this spring has dis ¬ played her ability to do it again and to maintain her speed farther My Boots is eligible lo the Hinata Stakes to be run here April 25 After the Louis ¬ ville meeting she will be shipped to New York with tin remainder of the stable If nothing goes wrong with her she should be among the good money earners at tho close of the season Master Bill the bay gelding by Granite Flying Cinders probably will make his first start here in the Idle Hour Stakes May 6 Colonel Lit the bay colt by Granite Sweet Marjorie has been sick and it may be some timy before he gets to the races Caroline S is a bay filly by Granite Ten Pins and Small Stone is a buy colt by Granite Seeinjy These samples speak well for Granite as a sire St Qupntin lias wintered well and his trainer now is regretting that he was not entered for the Kentucky Derby

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