G. D. Wideners Yearlings, Daily Racing Form, 1922-07-15


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G. D. WIDENERS YEARLINGS NEW YORK, N. Y.. July 14. Sixteen yearlings have arrived at Belmont Park from George D. Wideners Erdenheim Stud in Pennsylvania to be given their first racing lessons by A. J. Joyner. They are equally divided between colts and fillies. Ten of the youngsters, five colts and five filies, are sired by Trompe la Mort, while Aeronaut sired two of the colts and one filly. Sir Martin is represented by a colt, while Ogdcn and Hearts of Oak each sired a filly in the shipment. A complete list of the yearlings, all of which have been named, follows: Skynays, ch. c, by Aeronaut Joanina, by Yotcr. Royal Armor, br. c, by Aeronaut Lady Gallette, by 1jnl Kdwanl II. St. Martins, ch. e, by Sir Martin Priscilla, by Star Shoot. Marccline, ch. c, by Trompe la Mort Messalina, by Cicero. The Feniau, ch. c, by Trompe la Mort The Banshee II., by Kilmarnock. Drumbeat, ch. c, by Trompe la Mort Agnier, by Clifford. Thunderbolt, b. c, by Trompe la Mort Sissic Ida, by AviugtoM. Ups.il, b. c, by Trompe la Mort Phenicia, by Trout-beck. Anticipation, b. f, by Trompe la Mort Rice ISird, by Missel Thrush. Radiancy, ch. f, by Trompe la Mort Sunglow II., by Sundridge. Parasol, ch. f, by Trompe la Mort Feminist, by Voter. Comedy, b. f, by Trompe la Mort Farce, by Commercial Traveler. Queen Lane, br. f, by Trompe la Mort Lady Ilill-ington, by Gairy Herrmann. Mies, br. f, by Ogden Star of Danube, by Star Shoot. Dastaney, b. f, by Aeronaut LOrphellnc, by Prince Palatine. Spontaneous, b. f, by Hearts of Oak At Once, by Siniontault. . . .

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