Many Arrive at Lexington, Daily Racing Form, 1922-09-03


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MANY ARRIVE AT LEXINGTON LEXINGTON, Ky., September 2. Messrs. John D. Carr, Thomas Piatt and Hanley Ragan have returned to Lexington from Saratoga and shortly after their arrival a car load of thoroughbred mares and sucklings came in from the Spa. The published statement that Messrs. Carr and Piatt bid on Superman was a mistake. It was Hanley Ragan who was the runner up on the son of Commando and Anomaly, which fell to K. P. Gilpin of Virginia. Mr. Ragan and Messrs. Thomas B. Jones of Lexington and Kinzeastone of Georgetown had wanted the stallion in partnership. The thoroughbreds reaching here today were the property of Messrs. Carr and Piatt and are as follows: Phinifex, bred to Vul-cain; Julie Anne, bred to Vulcain; Rupicola, bred to Fayette; Scrub Lady and chestnut filly foaled by Old Koenig, bred to Old Koe-nig; Lady Beverwyck, bred to Old Koenig, property of Charles A. Stoneham; Galant, bred to Superman, and brown colt foaled by Vulcain; Washerwoman, bred to Fayette; Turkey Red, bred to Superman and bay colt foaled by King James, property of Himay Stud; Gatien Belle, bred to Vulcain, and bay colt foal by Vulcain, property of J. L. Tarl-ton; Colorvieto, bred to Superman. There also were in the car Certain, property of Hal Price Headley, which went to the Kentucky Association track, and Column, owned by M. L. Schwartz, which went to Beaumont Farm to be turned out. The Stoneham mares and foals went to Carr and Piatts Farm, where Stoneham now has Mile. Vera and her filly foal by Delhi.

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