Cebrian Inspects His Bloodstock, Daily Racing Form, 1921-09-27


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CEBRIAN INSPECTS HIS BLOODSTOCK LEXINGTON, Ky., September 2C Edward Ce-brian, who came here from New York after the sale of his yearlings at Durlands Riding Academy September 7, to visit his Keeneland Farm stud of thoroughbred mares, at the head of wbich are the stallions Von Tromp and Troutbeck, left Sunday morning for his home in San Francisco. While here he bought the mares Mountain Fringe, by Atlas; Anything, by Yankee. and Everything, by Plaudit, all in foal to Peter Quince, from Thomas B. Jones, owner of Crystal Spring Farm. The only horse now racing in the Cebrian colors is American Ace, in John Lowes string at Latonia, but Lowe has in his stable at the Kentucky Association track here Hunters Point, Garden City, Queen of Trumps. Lotta Speed, Trump Card, Bookworm, Trumpet Call. Cigale and three yearlings, all the property of Mr. Cebrian. American Ace is to go to Keeneland Farm at the close of the Kentucky racing season, and next year he will be mated with eight or ten marcs, after which he will be put into training again. Unless they are sold before the winter racing begins, the Jiorses in the local string will be shipped to New Orleans or Cuba. In Lowes string here are three other horses, Molinero, the property of A. J. Molera of San Francisco, and the yearling fillies by Von Tromp, dams Dally and La Borja respectively, they being the property of the Diamond Stable. Mr. Cebrian sold The Pirate to William Dondas a few days ago. r . I

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