Newsy Notes from Bluegrass Farms, Daily Racing Form, 1922-06-18


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NEWSY NOTES FROM BLUEGRASS FARMS J LEXINGTON, Ky„ June 17.— Milton K. ■ Snyder, owner of a good farm near Lexington - and nephew of Milton Thompson of Cincinnati, - formerly identified with the turf, has decided to become a breeder of thoroughbreds - in a smail way. A few days ago he bought from A. B. Lowe the mare Miss 3 Thorpe, bred to Wormleighton. and from 1 Major Morton the bay mare Beloeil, in foal 1 to Transvaal, but due very late. B. B. Jones has recently purchased two yearlings and sent them to W. R. Batil from near Lexington. From J. L. Tarlton he 3 secured the chestnut colt by The Manager-Recline, by Ogden, and from W. W. Harden I the bay filly by George Smith — Droll, by Dick Welies. Through Miss Elizabeth Daingerfield, who was acting for Senor N. Adan of Havana. B. P. Jones bought the bay mare Peccadillo, by Hastings — St. Priscilla dam of Piisciliian [ and Stromboli ; her two-year-old daughter r Media Hora a twin, by Ilourless, and her su kling filly by Danger Rock. Lady Echline, the only thoroughbred owned 1 by Price McKinney of Cleveland, Ohio, and i one of the few daughters of Cyllene in this country, died this week at Haylands, the J result of an intestinal obstruction. She was in foal to Hightime, a son of Ultimus. She e was a daughter of Echline, by Minting, and j was imported from England in 1!UG by Corri-fran _ and McKinney for their Wickliffe Stud, lj which was dispersed in 1913. About two a years ago McKinney bought her back.

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