Exchange Stallion Service: John Sanford and W. S. Kilmer in Reciprocal Breeding Arrangement, Daily Racing Form, 1922-04-03


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EXCHANGE STALLION SERVICE John Sanford and W. S. Kilmer in Reciprocal Breeding Arrangement. NEW rOUC, N. Y.. April t.— Arraa gewwti hane keen eoiiiplfteel HIWWI John Sanford and Willis Sharpe Kilmer whefehjr the formers MK I.a taM i in be bred to San Brier and tlio letter*! m:iro Hekkel is te be bred te Archaic under a letlpfacnl agreement. Moth An -hair and Sun Briar are private sire«. Bekket is ■ chestnut mare, five years old. by Kundridge — Queen Tii, by Meddler. 8be lus been Kent l.y Mr. Kilmer to llie Sanford Htttrlcaaa Stud al Amsterdam. N. Y.. fur the mating. I.a Russe la I -ven year-old eliestnut. by — Joie de Vivre. by .allinule. She is a half sifter to Alan lit*" U. I.a Russe is now at the Kilmer Sun Briar Court Btad at Binghamton. Sckkct was :i eoni|. allied to Amsterdam by her filly foal by Assagai, Which recently arrived at the Kilmer faim. Mme. Maenad Blancs filly Ad Cioriam II., 4. by Vit« I Iliion. a fine performer, has finished lor racing eared and has been sent to the Jardy Siud. Clifford A. Cochran, who has spent most of the winter in Europe* arrived in New York Friday. Mr. Cochran has a laigo racial stable at Belmont Park. He is also the proprietor of the Runnyinede Stud a I Ml. Kisco. N. Y. Max Silvers, agent for the Havana Stable, reports that Hi] ion. bay horse. ." . by Horron — Mizzle, by Kilkerran. will b° shipped to Canada for a summer campaign, liistouri. brown horse. 7. by Tracery — Ballot Bred, by Meddler, will also be sent Norih and probably will be sold, as owner ■ Eugene AlTarea lias no mares al present in Cuba.

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