Costly Juvenile Dies at Jamaica, Daily Racing Form, 1922-02-05


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| COSTLY JUVENILE DIES AT JAMAICA NEW YORK. . Y.. February 4— Great Day. chestnut colt, by l"ltimus--Malin. by Broomstick, which was oic of the most highly regarded two-year-olds in Victor Vivaiidous Riviera Stable, died Thursilay morning at Jamaha where the Vivaudoii horses are in winter quarters in Charge of trainer Fred Taral. The colt was engaged for many of the big two-year-old stakes of the coming season and his death is a distinct loss to the stable. Great Day cost $." .100 at Saratoga last Augtisi. He was marketed among the H.iylands lot.

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