Latest Gossip from Breeding Farms, Daily Racing Form, 1919-10-26


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LATEST GOSSIP FROM BREEDING FARMS LEXINGTON, Ky., October 25. A. B. Lowes yearling bay colt by Great Britain Miss Thorpe died yesterday of colic at the Kentucky Jockey Club track here. The colic is said to have been the result of green corn, which was fed to the colt after a gallop by his groom. The colt was fast and had shown a quarter in better than 21. O. T. Worthington, whose horses are all at the local track, is making preparations to race at New Orleans. Rush McCoy, trainer for S. H. Vclie of Kansas City, has gone to Oklahoma to bring to Kentucky a stallion and twelve mares recently purchased by his employer. Tire stallion Polymelian. property of W. R. Coe, has arrived at Phil T. Chinns Himyar Stud. He was accompanied from New York by Sweep On, Sennings Park, Beckna, Frederick the Great, Polygon, Head Over Heels, Atltlone. Cushion and Bet. Acting for Samuel Ross of Washington, Miss Elizabeth Daingerfield has purchased from A. E. Hundley and Son of Danville six weanlings, which ire to be sent to Captain P. M. Walkers Page-brook Stud along with the stallion Trap Rock. The weanlings are chestnut filly, by Ballot Top All; bay filly, by Sweep Pliant; brown filly, .by Sweeii Frances Dillon; browu colt, by Sweep Highflown; chestnut filly, by Celt Amanuensis, and bay colt, by Ormondale Cloak.

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