Twin Colts by Man O War: First Foals by Famous Horse Died after Premature Foaling-Stallion Ormesdale Sold, Daily Racing Form, 1922-02-05


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TWIN COLTS BY MAN 0 WAR i I First Foals by Famous Horse Died After Premature Foaling — Stallion Ormesdale Sold. LKXINOTON. Ky.. Fehruary 4. -The first pro geay by Man o War, were twin colts prcmaltircly foaled and dead when they came. They were fiom Cfsula Kinuia and foab-d January "J" at Hay lands stud. William A. Shea had bad lack in losing his saac4j two year -old. Myrtle Berts, at New Orleans, but he has good link in the arrival of a sister to her, it being the chestnut lilly by Tea Caddy, from Hlue Crass Helle at John S. Darbees Glen Helen Stud. Fiank J. Kelly has sold the stallion Ormesdale. by Ormondale- Madchen. to S. Herbert Wards worth and he has been shipped from John S. Wiggins .Military , Stock Farm. Bourbon county to Avon, N. V. At Kenmore Farm, the Kentucky branch of John I S. Rosseters Wikiup Ranch, the fiist foal is a hay colt by Friar Rock -Plume, by WooKthorpe. The two-year-old colt by Wormleighlon Daisy Piatt, by Malta Santa, bred by Sanford C. Lyne aud sold by him last summer to George F. Baker of Dayton, Ohio, died of tetanus at the local track a few days ago. He was a good-looking individual, speedy and highly regarded.

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