Buys Interest in High Time, Daily Racing Form, 1922-10-21


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- g S. q s s j, g j r j if j ,. c j j t c j 1 j j f j i ; i j j . j BUYS INTEREST IN HIGH TIME LEXINGTON, Ky., October 20. Former U. Senator Joseph W. Bailey and Phil T. Chinn acquired from Admiral Cary T. Grayson of Washington a half interest in the stallion High Time and he will stand next year at Hinata Farms, which is now the home also of Pataud, recently purchased by Senator Bailey from Herbert J. Brown of Portland, Me. High Time is probably the most intensely in-bred stallion in America not the world. His sire is Ultimus and his dam is Noonday. Ultimus was by Commando, a son of Domino, from Running Stream, a daughter of Domino. Noonday is by Domino and from Sundown, by Springfield, three very close-up crosses of Domino, whose blood is greatly in demand. It is intended that High Time shall have mates of blood other than his own, thus providing an out cross. Phil T. Chinn during the last few days has purchased four mares for breeding purposes. From William F. Warren of Lexington he bought Edroma, by Neil Gow Peach, by Prince Hampton. From Woods Garth of Vir- ginia he bought Pinkie, by Delpi La Grande Armee, by Verdun, and from George D. Widener of Philadelphia he bought Mess-1 mate, by St. Amant Messalina, by Cicero, and Phenicia, by Troutbeck St Natalia, by Common.

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