Unique Consignment from Texas: Unbroken Thoroughbreds Which Have Been Running Out on the Range, Daily Racing Form, 1919-11-28


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UNIQUE CONSIGNMENT FROM TEXAS Unbroken Thoroughbreds Which Have Been Running Out On the Range, LEXINGTON, Ky., Xovember 27. Former jockey Clyde Van Dusen arrived at the Kentucky Association course yesterday afternoon from Willspoint, Texas, with fourteen thoroughbred horses bred and owned by J. W. Fuller. Four are the mares Tokalon, Blackeyed Susan, Marie Hyde and Ba-tronia. They are to be mated witli good stallions in this section. Three are four-year-olds that have been running the range and never had a bridle on until they were roped out of the herd the other day and put into, the car in which they came to Lexington. They are Dulcc Tokalon, b. f, by March-niont II. Tokalon; Jim Coffroth, blk. g, by Colinet Marie Hyde; Wylie Garrett, blk. g. by Colinet Batronia. Four are seven-year-olds by Marchmont II., dams good mares-. They, like the four-year-olds, are unbroken and have been running the range, but they are not intended for racing. They are to be broken, handled and sold for -cross-country horses next spring. They are now thin. There are two yearling colts by Colinet. one brown, dam Tokalon, and the other black, dam Marie . Hyde, and the youngest is a yearling chestnut filly by Colinet Tokalon. "Mr. Fuller has a number of others on the ranch, all thoroughbred, that have had nothing done with them," said Van Dusen, "and the idea is that if I make irood with these another string will be put into training and so on until they are all disposed of." Van Dusen is training Zulcika for J. Hal Woodford, and he has a yearling colt by Marathon Cliilla, by Alvescot. J. II. Woodford has sold the gcod yearling chestnut colt by Vulcain Itose of Pirilf and the three-year-old bay gelding Hurry Up, by McGee Babbie, to J. E. Widener. Hurry Up is to be trained for steeplechasiiig. W. E. Williams has purchased the yearling black filly by Bock View, dam Mistress Quickly, from Messrs. Carr d Piatt and has named her Quickview. It. C. Frakos will train. her. The yearling bay filly Itazola, by McGee Tinkle, dam of Lady Ward, owned by Messrs. Williams and Frakes. worked jin eighth in 12 yesterday morning, it being her second call for speed. Jockey Simpson Boyle is to leave here at the end of the week for Xew Orleans to ride under the direction of William Hurley, who has a division of the Idle Ho.nr Farm string.

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