J. C. Milams Fine Band of Yearlings: Twenty-Six Youngsters of Much Promise in His Stable at Lexington, Daily Racing Form, 1919-08-26

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J. C. MILAMS FINE BAND OF YEARLINGS Twenty-Six Youngsters of Much Promise in His Stable at Lexington. - LEXINGTON, Ky., August 25. J. C. Milam has thirty horses in training here. Four are two-year-olds and twenty-six are yearlings. The two-year-olds are Prince Pal, bay colt by Prince Palatine Wilful Maid II.; Splccbush, bay colt by Ben Brush Allspice; Alsace, bay filly by Wrack Ecatarina, and Lorraine, bay filly by Ben Brush Amy J. The first named two are tho property of J. II. Wheelwright of Baltimore, and Alsace and Lorraine aro owned by chairman J. N. Camden of tho Kentucky State Racing Commission. Prince Hal and Lorraine aro eligible to the Breedera Futurity, which is to be tho big feature of the Lexington meeting. Prince Pal has never started. Lorraine has been to the post three times and her last out was second to Easter Flower in the Highland Stock Farm Purse on the closing day of the Latonia spring meeting. Spicebusli is a winner and Alsace lias been eight times in the money in eleven starts, though she is still a maiden. Milam, for the first time in several years, Is without a horse to carry his colors until he buys something or until his fourteen yearlings become of racing age. He sold all of his horses iu training during the spring with the intention of putting the money into yearlings at Saratoga, but after having bid upon scores of them he secured only two the colt by Dick Finnell Rinda, and the filly Balliua, both of which have been pronounced real bargains. Milam estimates that tho aggregate of his bids at Saratoga was over 200,000. He wanted at least a dozen more yearlings. Ho may be able to get them at the September sale here. Following is a list of yearlings in the Milam string: Brown colt by Golden Maxim Yankee Tree, by Yankee. Chestnut colt by McGeo Sweet Charlotte, by In-goldsby. Bay colt, by Huon Viola Mabel, by Marta Santa. Bay colt by Vulcain Synopsis, by Henry Young. Brown colt by Celt Lucilo B. L., by The Scribe. Bay colt by Dick Finnell Rinda sister to Dr. Leggo, by Puryear D. Bay filly by Hessian Milldale dam of Annette Teller, by Miller. Bay filly by Light Brigade Caviet dam of Mor-ristown, by Handsome. Chestnut filly, by Plaudit Happy Kato dam of Gloomy Gus, by Handsel. Chestnut filly by Light Brigade Hermosa, by Oddfellow. Brown filly by Light Brigade My Princess, by Ogden. Chestnut filly by Plaudit Grace G., by Albert. Bay or brown filly by Ormondalc Copyist, by The Scribe. Ballina, b. f, by The Curragh Cayudutta, by Gonsalvo. Property of J". N, Camden. Brown colt by Light Brigade Lardella dam of Rodgers, by Lackford. Bay colt by Ben Brush Double Dark, by Dark Ronald. Bay filly by Wrack Ecatarina dam of Atalan-ta, by Commando. Chestnut filly by Wrack Hcliosa sister to Helios, by Star Shoot. Chestnut filly by Light Brigade One Stop, by Oddfellow. Bay colt by Light Brigade Muriel dam of Valor, by Watercress. - Property of J. H: Wheelwright. Chestnut filly by Light Brigade Allspice dam of Spieebush, by Oddfellow. Black colt by Light Brigade Casuarina, bj Plaudit. Black filly by Wrack The Welkin, by Contract Property of Fred Corson. Chestnut filly by McGee White Plume, by Ordet. Bay filly by McGee Mirror, by Sir Dixon. Bay colt by Top Hat Dragnet, by Rock Sand.

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