Some Fine Young Western Horses: Unusually Good-Looking Band of Yearlings in G. W. Wingfields and J. H. Rossesters Stables, Daily Racing Form, 1919-11-29


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SOME FINE YOUNG WESTERN HORSES Unusually Good-Looking Band of Yearlings in G. W. Wingfields and J. H. Eosseters Stables. BY F. L. McKEXNEY. SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., November 28. George W. Wiugfield, the Nevada breeder, has shipped thirty-one young horses from Nevada to Sacramento, California. In the band are twenty weanlings, ten yearlings and one two-year-old, the stake winner Waterwood. The weanlings are by the stallions Atheling and Honey wood; nine of the yearlings by Honeywood and tiie tenth by Deutseh-1:iik1. The young thoroughbreds are quartered at the State Fair Grounds, paddocks having leeii specially constructed for them in the infield of the track. Mr. Wiugfield plans to ship his two stallions and fifty-two brood mares to a farm he has purchased in California, where he will establish a large breeding establishment. The yearlings are being galloped daily, but have not yet been asked to go along fast. Their breeding follows: Bay colt, by Honeywood Island Queen, by Dick Welles. Bay colt, by Honeywood Alice Carey, by Trap-pean. Bay filly, by Honeywood Anna May,- by King Eric. Bay filly, by Honeywood Busy Bee, by Eddie Jones. . Chestnut filly, by Honeywood Roseland, by Or-sini. Bay filly, by Honeywood Jeanne dArc, by Ben :Strnuiand - - --c-c - Brown" filly, by Honeywood Dora IV by i-agleS Plume. Brown filly, by Honeywood Thrifty, by Ogden. Bay filly, by Honeywood Lady Vera, by Wools-thorpe. Bay colt, by Deutschland Palestina, by Polymelia. John II. Rosscters yearlings are being worked on the recently constructed training course of tiie owner at his AVikiup Rancho, Sonoma County. The track is three-quarters of a mile around, vrith a mile chute. The youngsters are a fine-looking band of good size and substance. Quite a number are by the promising Rock Sand stallion. Friar Rock, that Mr. Rosseter purchased from John E. Madden for a large sum a year or so back. A sturdy bay colt, by Friar Rock Catherine Carson, is said to be the kingpin of the bunch. The breeding of the yearlings follows: Chestnut filly, by Joe Carey Berrills Choice, by Berrill. Chestnut filly, by Uncle Bellisario, by Hippodrome. Chestnut filly, by Disguise Coquette, by Celt. Bay colt, by Friar Rock Catherine Carson, by Ben Strome. Brown colt, by Friar Rock Dorothy Gray, by Hamburg. . Bay colt, by Disguise Dreaming, by Ben Brush. Brown filly, by Friar Rock La Patrie, by Out of Reach. Chestnut colt, by Joe Carey Make Good, by Luck and Charity. Chestnut colt, by General Roberts Mauretania, by Cunard. Bay filly, bv Friar Rock Masquerade, by Disguise. Bay filly, by Delhi Problem, by Superman. Chestnut colt, by Friar Rock Rose of Gold, by Top Gallant. lSIack or brown colt, by Honeywood Roman Lady, by Brutus. Bay colt, by General Roberts Santa Malta, by Sanctuary.

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