J. E. Madden Sells Five Brood Mares, Daily Racing Form, 1922-02-05


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J.~E. MADDEN SELLS FIVE BROOD MARES LEXINGTON. Ky., February 4.— John E. Madden has announced the sale of five of his thoroughb.cl mares to Pdward B. Marshall, owner of the Hunt ington Valley Farm. Meadowbrook. Pa. They are Dame. Pliant, in. Blanketla and Playtoy, all daugh ters of Star ShiKU ; Elizabeth May. by Ormondale. Dame and Phantom are bred to Ogden. Elizabeth May and Blanketia to Spanish Prince ami Playtoy to Ormondale or St. Rock. C. E. Patterson, former trainer of Drastic, i* lure looking over ihe horses in training. W. V. Thravcs has left for Mahai. Texas, to inspect oil properties. Danny Connelly, who has been engaged to ride the H. H. Hewitt horses ihis year, is on his way here from New Orleans to report to John I. Smith. .1. E. Griffith and Harry Kites, who hare lieen ban visiting the breding farms, have returned to Maryland. F. D. Knight, the breeder of Exterminator, has : booked the mares Sweet Day dam of Rapid Day. I Busy Dass and Lydia II. dam of Colonel Cook and Merry Thought to Flittergold at Himyar Stud. Waller S. Payne has booked the Oaks winner Sis I e to the same siie. — — — —a-— w — —

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