Stallion Granite Dead: New Home for Polymelian and Brood Mares-Wingfield Mares Shipped to Reno, Daily Racing Form, 1922-10-19


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STALLION GRANITE DEAD New Home for Polymelian and Brood Mares Wingfield Mares Shipped to Reno. LEXINGTON, Ivy., October IS. The thoroughbred stallion Granite, fourteen years oUl, by Rockton Adriutha, by Clifford, is dead at the farm of James L. Oarrick, near Georgetown. Granite was the property of Phil Hyams of New York and Jerry Louch-liclm of Philadelphia had an interest in him at one time. For the limited opportunities he had in the stud he sired a number of useful horses. The building of a twenty-five stall barn was begun this morning on the farm ad-; joining that of Harry Payne "Whitney, which was recently purchased by Phil T. Ohinn. This barn is to house the stallion Polymelian and a number of brood mares to be shipped here shortly by W. 11. Coo from his ranch at Cody. Wyo. M. P. Guilliams is en route to Reno, Nov., with several marcs belonging to his employer, George Wingileld, owner of the Nevada Stock Farm. There also are in the car two mares the property of J. O. Keene and two the property of P. M. Burch, which are to be bred to Atheling and Koncywood. John S. Barbee has purchased from Leonard S. Sutcliffe the weanling bay colt by Von Tromi Tsarina. Charles II. Berryman has five unbroken yearling fdlics by Ballot, that in all probability will be sold at the Kentucky Sales Companys auction at Latonia, Saturday. October 2S. He had intended to train them, but now lias decided to sell them. Major August P.clmont has sold the yearling colt by Luke McLuke La Dwina, by Arc do Triomphe, to Phil T. Chinn. Major Bel-mont has at the farm another yearling by Luke McLuke Carene dam of Alice Uluo Gown, for which Ham Keene is negotiating.

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