Leases Waldeck Farm Stud: Chicago Turfman, F. J. Kelley, Secures Noted Breeding Establishment from C. Bruce Head, Daily Racing Form, 1922-09-26


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j , ! I I j j I I ! i ! 1 j J ! j j ; LEASES WALDECK FARM STUD Chicago Turfman, F. J. Kelley, Secures Noted Breeding Establishment from C. Bruce Head. LEXINGTON, Kyi, September 25. C. Bruce Head today leased to Frank J. Kelley his Waldeck farm near Louisville. Mr. Kel-jley has the stallion Painacines, twenty-three brood mares and thirteen weanlings that he will remove to Waldeck farm about October jl5. They now are at Military Stock Farm in Bourbon County. Walter Hopkins, who now is breaking the Kelley yearlings for Charles C. Van Meter, will be sent to tho farm to look after the breeding stock, all of which, as well as the horses in training, will be in charge of Mr. Van Meter. Waldeck farm eventually will become the home of Chatterton, it being the intention of Mr. Kelley to reserve the good son of Fair Play land Chit Chat, by Rock Sand, for the stud. Mr. Head today announced his intention of selling his seventeen royally bred mares and it may be that he will shortly announce a public sale to be held in Lexington. "I have not definitely decided on anything other than that the mares are for sale and that they will be sold in time to give Mr. Kelley possession of the farm on October 15," said Mr. Head today. "If it is so that jl can sell the mares privately within a few days I will not have a sale, but if not private-ly certainly publicly, in all probability at Lexington." Mr. Head said he will reserve his yearlings and weanlings. The yearlings , are now at Louisville being broken by Allen Steele. j

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