Great Horses for America: Prince Palatine, Brown Prince and Nassovian Among Valuable Cargo on the Steamer, Daily Racing Form, 1920-10-19


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G?EAT HORSES FOR AMERICA1, Prince Palatine, Brown Prince and Nassovian Among Valuable Cargo on the Steamer Michigan. The loifg overdue steamer Michigan has finally readied New York. It brought probably the most valuable cargo of thoroughbred horses ever imported to this country. In the shipment were the famous English sires Prince Palatine, the property of E. F. Simms, and Brown Prince, the property of a syndi- cate headed by Frederick Johnson. Brown Prince is a brother of Ambassador, already in this country, and the sire of Constancy and other good horses. Another one of the Michigans passengers was Nassovian, bred and owned by John Sanford and destined for service at Amsterdam, N. Y. Prince Palatine and Brown Prince, tif ter a rest of a few days at Belmont Park, will be taken to Kentucky. In addition to the sires there were also on the Michigan many valuable brood mares and yearlings, bought at a big price in England recently by John Sanford, Admiral Carey Grayson also had a consignment of brood mares and yearlings in the shipment. Tiie following is a list of .the thoroughbreds arriving on the Michigan as sent by Daily Racing Forms English correspondent E. E. Coussell: STALLIONS. Prince Palatine 1908, b. h.. by Persimmon Lady Lightfoct 1900, by Isinglass. Brown Prince 1914 brother to Ambassador, br. h, by Dark, Ronald Excellenza 1S97, by Haut Brion. Nassovian 1913, b. h, by William the Third-Veneration II. 1900 dam of Craganour, by Laveno. Sandmole 1912, b. h, by Rock Sand Merry Token 1891 and dead, by Merry Hampton. HARES AND FOALS. John Sanford. j Knffir Fowl 191, b. m, by Galllnule Gravosa 1900 , by Orme. This is a sister to William the -.Third and.bred to Nassovian. . t Admiral Grayson. Starflight 1913, eh. m, by Sunstar Angelic 1901 , by St. Angelo. Starflight is the dam of Sun Yat and has been bred to Black Jester. FOALS. Brown filly 1920, by Sunstar Orange Lady 1912 , by William the Third. Chestnut filly 1920, by Tracery Fleur dOrangei 1911, by William the Third. Chestnut colt 1920, by Rabelais Red Cross 1910. by Rabelais. Brown colt 1920, by Black Jester Starflight 1913 . by Sunstar. All these are Sanford bred. YEARLINGS. Admiral Grayson. Bay or brown colt 1919, by Black Jester Star-flight 1912, by Sunstar. John Sanford. Chestnut colt, by Sunstar Vera JCmz 1913, "by Fariman. Chestnut colt, by Bachelors Double Golden Harp 1914 , by Llangibby. Queen Mab, ch. f, by Sunstar St. Agnes 1902, by St. Frusquin. Olynthus, b. c, by Nassovian Kildonan 1899, by Ladas, the dam of Orestes and Donnacona. Strynicn, b. c, by Nassovian Scammony IOCS, by Sir Visto, dam of Juvcnescence. Thane, b. c, by Nassovian Philistia 1912, by Isinglass, dam of Gath. Cicuta, b. f, by Nassovian Hemlock 1913, by Spearmint, dam of Carnarvon. Lettia, b. or br. f, by Nassovian Louli 1901, by Flying Fox, dam of Balerius. Messena, b. f, by Nassovian Homage 1915, by Spearmint. The highest priced yearling of her year. Coretta, b. f, by Cylgad Fleur dOrange 1911, by William the Third, dam of Bridesman. Tliisbe, b. f, by Rabelais Theresa, by Ajax. Sadowa, ch. f, by Predicateur Fille de Guerre, by Ajax. Snob, b. or br. c, by Prestige May Dora, by Isiilor. On Guard 1919, b. f, by Rabelais Florita, by. Ajax.

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