Latest News from Breeding Farms: H. H. Hewitt Has Promising Yearlings at Lexington Track-Mare Starry, Daily Racing Form, 1919-11-16


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LATEST NEWS FROM BREEDING FARMS H. H. Hewitt Has Promising Yearling at Lexington Track Mare Starry Night Dead. LEXINGTON, Ky., November 15. The yearling at the Kentucky Jockey Club track here Just, nuw most in the limelight is the chestnut colt by Ballot Inspiration, by Ayrshire, and Is owned by H. HI Hewitt of New York and trained by John 1. Smith, This fellow worked a piarter during the week in 22yf, with approximately 140 pounds up. That the nick is a good one is further attested by the per., fonnance of the,, chestnut colt by Ballot, the dam being Inspirations daughter Uazzaza, by Cunard, in the same stable. He ilid a. quarter: In 23 and, though not so heavily weighted. Hewitt also has a chestnut colt by Ballot Aviston, by Ayrshire; a chestnut colt by Trap Rock Run of Luck, by Wagner, and a chestnut filly by Trap Itock Lucky Wave, by Cunard, and they loo can run. Kenneth I. Alexanders eleven-year-old mare Starry, Night dam of Captain Bees, by Star Shoot Nisbat, by Hindoo,, was found dead one morning this week in her paddock at John II. Morris Bosque Bonita Farm, ..where ; she. has a splendid weuujiug cot by Treviseo, ;?. V

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