C. A. Stoneham Buys Five Yearlings, Daily Racing Form, 1921-08-25


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C. A. ST0NEHAM BUYS FIVE YEARLINGS SARATOGA SPRINGS, X. Y., August 24. Included in the five yearlings recently purchased by C. A. Stoncham from R. T. Wilson are two of the first of the progeny of Canipfire, the leading money winner of the year 1910, and which his owner believes is destined to make his mark as a sire. Both are chestnut colts and their dams are Honeymoon, by Matchmaker, and Fautastme, by Disguise. They are splendid looking individuals and have come in for much admiration oh the part of horsemen here. The other three were sired by Olambuta. One is a bay colt, dam Mary Sellars, by Uncommon; another is a brown filly, dam Muvietto, by Mexican, while the third is a bay or brown daughter of Long Rangq, by St. Frusqnin. Four yearlings were purchased at the sales here, among them being Marys Last, a bay colt by Ilourless Mary Davis, by Watercress, which stands Stoncham an investment of 4,500, and a brown colt by Ogdcn Scenery, by Sain, for which he paid 0,000. Trainer A. J. Goldslwrough will ship the nine youngsters to Gravcsend, where they will be given their first lessons in racing, and they will later join the main division of the stable to be wintered at one of the Xew York tracks.

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