Late Kentucky Turf Gossip: Carload of Horses Shipped to Belmont Park-Irish Gentleman Sent to New Owner, Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-09


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LATE KENTUCKY TURF GOSSIP I Carload of Horses Shipped to Belmont Park-Irish Gentleman Sent to New Owner. LKXINGTON. Ky., March S. — lohnny Miller left here today with a car of horses for New York. In t tiie band there was sent from Nursery Stud to I/niis I-eiistel ai Belmont Park the two-year-old bay colt High Hand, by Fair Play- Halite Roche, which will be pal into training at once to carry the colors of Major August P.clmoni in this years racing. It is said by tho-e who have seen him that this is a wonderful colt and his progress will be watched wih , interest. In Ihe same car AI Sinitha shipped to William Dupout, Jr.. at Wilmington. Del., the stallion Irish j • ieiiileman, which Mr. Dii|Kiul will use as a sire for hunters. Un the return trip Mr. Miller will bring back to I. liens 15. Combs. P.elair Stud, the male Ridden List, by Golden Maxim — Listless, by Voter, which 1 fialed • this week at Joseph L. Muiphys fatal [ near Philadelphia a fine chesliuil filly by Co.-k of the Walk. She will be bred to Tchad. The first foal of the season belonging to Kdward 1 "ebri.m of San Francisco arrived last night al Keeneland Faim and is a chestnut filly by Von 1 Tromp Both W. Waller J. Salmon has booked ihe mare Quick Fire • to Major August Belmonts Fair Play. She is now in foal to Hourless.

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