Status of the Friar Rock Case, Daily Racing Form, 1921-02-15


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STATUS OF THE FRIAR ROCK CASE NEW YORK, N. Y.. February 11. .1. B. Uos eter if California, with whom Joha E. Madden is :n legal conflict over the stallion Friar Bock, i-il the Waldorf on his way to Cuba and Central America in connection vith his shipping Interests. Mr. Madden is on :,i way to California lo take |inpof tanVm of Friar Bock under a decision in his favor by Judge Ford of the Supreme Court. Ill the meant! the rase his been appealed and sent t He- appellate division ef the Court. This apiieal lolls up Mr. Madden: immediate right to posses -!•.,! of He- hers.-. Mr. Bus ler will be gone six weeks lb- aid about the case Saturday: "l have Prinr Buck and I mean to keep him. I be tieve that iii the end I shall gain permanent po««- Ressivn of him. There was BO need of Mr. Madden going io he .-,, nits. i offer,. ,i to arbitrate the point of pussessioa with him. lie declined. The - first ease iii his favor was rather •framed. I only ask that the racing public hold the matter in fair ■ abeyance until the marts get the full tacts. "Last Pall I fnllj intended to send Friar Kiel lo Kentucky and did lend aaane mares lo be bred •i him there. Then came the differ* are with Mr. Madden and hi- demand- t i which I could I not in fairness acre,- i shall lose srnin- to aanaa ■ of these mares as i: is."

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