Breeding Farm Arrivals: Jefferson Livingston Invests Further in Yearlings-Mates for Troutbeck, Daily Racing Form, 1922-04-16


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I . t 1 1 I i • • ; I [ [ BREEDING FARM ARRIVALS; Jefferson Livingston Invests Further in Yearlings — Mates for Troutbeck. LEXINGTON, Ky., April 15.— Another hard rain last night kept everybody off the main course at the Kentucky Jockey Clubs track today. The course, however, is rapidly drying out and, if there is no more rain, it should . be good enough Monday morning for some . fast gallops. Jake Holtman arrived today from Tijuana with a carload of horses. Among them were Lotta Speed, Queen of Trumps, Trumpet Call and Trump Card, four daughters of Von Tromp, repurchased by Edward Cebrian from Hal Farrell and sent here to be bred to Troutbeck at Keenland Farm. George J. Long has booked Semprite, by , Sempronius, to Troutbeck. , The impression at the local track now is , that John I. Smith is intending Washington , instead of Startle, the string in H. H. Hewitts bow for the Kentucky Derby, though , Smith said today : "I am planning to start , them both." Danny Connelly will have the , mount on Startle. T. L. Pierce left this afternoon for Coving- , ton to spend Sunday with his family. Acting , for Jefferson Livingston he purchased this ■ week from Thomas Piatt two yearlings, one a brown colt by Colonel Vennie — Pazza, by Cherry King, and the other a chestnut filly ; sister to Lina Clark, by Delhi — Prism, by Trap Rock. j H. C. Regans Featherwit, by Colin — Cap and Bells, winner of the Epsom Oaks, has foaled at Mt. Sterling a chestnut colt by Ballot and will be bred to Cudgel. , Watch Your Stitch, by Star Shoot— I,ady Schorr, by Esher, the property of Jerry , Louchheim, has a bay filly by Granite. Christmas Star dam of Escoba, by Star , Shoot, property of Walter M. Jeffords, has a , chestnut filly by Golden Broom and has been mated with Man o War at Haylands Stud. Two other foals by Golden Broom are a ; chestnut colt from Substitute, by Staiwart, and chestnut filly from Ringlets, by Frizzle. , Both are the property of Walter M. Jeffords. Peccadillo, by Hastings, the property of Senor N. Adan of Cuba, has a bay filly by Danger Rock at Haylands Stud, where also Miss Elizabeth Daingerfields Umbria. by Ben Brush, has a bay filly by Harmonicon. Leon Carter, manager of Harry Morrisseys Kempland Farm, reports two foals the property of Commander J. K. L. Ross. One is a chestnut colt by Marathon, from Audrey Austin, by Migraine, and the other a chestnut colt by Cudgel, from Kate Bright, by Norford. Both mares will be bred to Cudgel. At the same farm George M. Hendries Sunny, by Sunder, has a bay colt by North Star III., and Sainza, by Sain, has a bay colt by Great Britain. Both go to Great Britain. Morrisseys own mare. Tiptoe, by Hastings, has a bay filly by Great Britain and goes to Cudgel. «

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