To Break Aste Yearlings, Daily Racing Form, 1922-07-29


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, TO BREAK ASTE YEAELINGS LEXINGTON, Ky., July 2S. Five thoroughbred yearlings bred by A. L. Asta of New York at John S. Barbees Glen Helen Stud are to be shipped from here to Belmont Park next week to be broken. They are: Chestnut colt by Ballot Gold Tenu. Brown colt by Campfire Jacquettn. Brown filly by Ten Point Button Hole. Bay filly by Ten Point Eyeball. Chestnut colt by Ten Point Eyelid. The Campfirc colt is the best looking individual of the five and he is expected to be a star in racing. Two other yearlings bred by a new Yorker at the Glen Helen Stud have already been shipped to Belmont Park, they being the bay colts by Belloc Rosslare and Beilcc Gilt Edge respectively. Their breeder and owner is James MacManus, who raced Bailee. This son of Oddfellow and Balzane, by Hanover, is a good breeder. His colts are well grown and more sturdy than the average.

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