News from Breedings Farms: W. R. Coes Stallions and Brood Mares Transferred to Kentucky Stud Farm, Daily Racing Form, 1922-11-01


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NEWS FROM BREEDING FARMS W. R. Coes Stallions and Brood Mares Transferred to Kentucky Stud Farm. L.KXIXGTOX, Ky., October 31. In charge of Wayne Lewis and James Isham, the thoroughbred stallions and brood mares Sun-stars Pride, Grass Widow, Athlone, Teren-tia, Plygon, Isette, Sledmere, Herodias, Mooneyes, Lacework, Kiss Again, Ratify and Pasquita arrived here yesterday from Cody, Wyo. They are the property of W. R. Coe and are to be located at Phil T. Chinns new farm on the Maysville Pike. They were la ken temporarily to Ilimyar Stud. Mr. Coe had previously sent here from New York the good mare Cleopatra, winner of the Latonia Championship Stakes, and he has advised Chinn that lie will send from New York also the following mares: Some More, Giggles, Prairie Bird, Eagles Nest, Lone Squaw, Chiffon and Passamaria. Frederick Johnson and Charles Quinn arrived last night from New York to spend a few days looking over the Johnson thoroughbreds at Hal Price Headlcys Beaumont Farm, the home of Brown Prince, of whicli good stallion Johnson is third owner. R. M. Eastman of Chicago, who also has some mares at Beaumont Farm, is here to see his stock. He has several mares at a farm in Maine and he is thinking of sending other mares out to the farm he owns in Oregon. w. F. Poison has transferred his thoroughbred breeding stock from Sunny Slope Farm, in Woodford County, to Thomas B. Jones Crystal Spring Farm on the Versailles Pike. He also has Pix, Peace Pennant and Vulcanite there.

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