W. S. Kilmers Promising Youngsters, Daily Racing Form, 1919-12-16


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W. S. KILMERS PROMISING YOUNGSTERS NEW YORK, N. Y., December 15. Simon Healy, trainer of the W. S. Kilmer stable, while here awaiting tlie arrival of Sweet Briar from abroad, spoke enthusiastically of the coming two-year-olds at Sun Briar Court. Mr. Kilmers breeding establishment at Bighamton, X. Y. Among them is a beautiful filly named Trace-worth. She is by Tracery Marienwertli" by Isinglass. She has shown some wonderful trials and is one of Mr. Kilmers pets. Another is Majicaris, by Magic Polaris. She is a great big, slashing chestnut filly and has developed a tremendous burst of speed. Mr. Kilmer and Mr. Healy expect great things from her. Ultimidge, a brown colt, by Ultimus Midge, is another at Sun Briar Court which promises great tilings next year. He is a brother to Luke McLuke and greatly resembles his brother. He is a smoothly made up colt and has a fine turn of speed. Sobrigade, a brown colt, by Light Brigade So-branje. is another star of the stable. He is a beautiful colt and has done everything lie has been asked to do. Others which have shown well in their trials are Magic Silence, a chestnut colt, by Magic Mum; Hessfiu, a bay colt, by Hessian Affinity; Ballot-car, chestnut colt, by Ballot Carpathia; Our Flag, chestnut colt, by Cock o the Walk Private Flag, and Amantlaw, a chestnut filly, by St. Amaut Misty Law.

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