H. P. Whitney Weanlings Go East, Daily Racing Form, 1919-12-13


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H. P. WHITNEY-. JWEAN LINGS GO EAST LEXINGTON. Ky.. December 12. Fifteen of Harry Payne Whitneys thirty-one coming yearlings were shipped yesterday afternoon from his Kentucky farm in charge of Brownell Berryman to Brookrialc Farm. Red Bank, New Jersey, where they are to remain until trainer James Rowe is ready to have them broken next autumn. The other sixteen are to bs kept here for some time. The Whitney youngsters are a highly representative group of individuals, the? largest and most commanding one of which is the brown colt bred in France and foaled in Kentucky. ! Royal Eagle Paradise II., she by Adam Hands? . by Hanover. Two other particularly striking individuals in the Jersey-bound collection are bay sons of Broomstick, the dam of one leing lanasine, a daughter of Thrush, tin? others dam being Earls Seat, by Wolfs Crag. The other dozen in todays shipment are: Bay colt, by Broomstick Courage. Bay colt, by Broomstick Miss Hamburg. Bay coll, by Broomstick Spun Glass. Bay colt, by Peter Pan Folderol. Black colt, by Peter Pan Bubbles. Chestnut colt, by Pennant Golden Rod. Chestnut colt, by Pennant Perverse. Chestnut colt, by Whisk Broom Inaugural. Bay filly, by Bromstick Starling. Black filly, by Peter Pan Polly Flinders. Chestnut filly, by Broomstick Baksheesh. Chestnut filly, by Broomstick Courage. Mrs. Barney Schreiber lias arranged with Lige Brewster to handle six horses of racing age for her at the Kentucky Association track here until she can sell them. The horses are expected from Litonia today. . William Shields, during his recent visit here, bought the two-year-old Gen. Cadornn, by Textile, dam Wyf, by Miller, from Mode Nicoll and left him with Brewster to train.

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