Dry Moon and Yellow Hand: Stiff Price Paid for Them by C. A. Stoneham, but They Are Worth It, Daily Racing Form, 1921-01-24


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; t i j I i ■ ft- . i | -! 5 r s I ! , , is, J . ; j of; f I . ~~~ . DRY MOON AND YELLOW HAND Stiff Price Paid for Them by C. A. Stoneham, ; but They Are Worth It. : C. A. Htoaeiiaai is -aid to have paid a good st iff price for In. Moon and Yellow Hand, which he pa -elm ,■■.-: a lew da - ago Trom K. T. Wil-on. I.oih 1 hor-e- are -take winner- and should greatly strengthen the lii-l "tahir of the president of the Cuha-Americnn Jockey Cluh. Drjr Moon is a three-ye-ar old hay colt hy Olam- hnlii — Honeymoon, by Matchmaker. The colt won seven of tx enty-five race- and 8,411 last year. Among Dry Moon- xvin- were the Creenfiehl. liain how and Woodhaxen Stake- at Jamaica. Hmpire City and Aqueduct. Feihra Hand i- one of the fastest hor-e- in American racing and Kngli-h bred, a four-year old hay gelding hy Itossendale -Yellow Sea. hy M-irta- gon. Yellow Hand won ten of twenty-one race-fo- |18M in l»Lo. He was only unplaced three • times. He won four stakes, the iat-kill ami Sen eon al Saratoga and the Tarry tow n ar.d .New Hochelle at I an pi re City.

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