Violinist Dies in Cuba: Lillane Stales Recent Purchase from Bud Fisher Victim of Car Fever, Daily Racing Form, 1922-11-15


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VIOLINIST DIES IN CUBA Lillane Stables Recent Purchase from "Bud" Fisher Victim of Car Fever. HAVANA Cuba, November 11. The stable that Frank M. Bray has in charge here gives promise of proving a big factor in the decision of thp races during the Avinter season. Mr. Bcay has fourteen head in training, which he recently brought from Maryland. He had the misfortune to lose the speedy three-year-old Dick Finnell Viola Vale colt Violinist about a Aveek after landing in Cuba. The colt, Avhich Avas recently acquired by the Lilane Stable from "Bud" Fisher for a large amount of money, succumbed to feer contracted Avhile en route here. The other horses under Brays care are all in fine condition and are taking their training in a splendid manner. Fi-e of them will sport the silks of the Lilane Stable, these including the three-year-olds Anna M. and Grandson, and the two-year-olds Chile, Watchman and Sunsini, the last-named being a son of Sun Briar and Contessina. Two others in Brays charge are Guelph and Conundrum, which Avill race in the colors of R. J. Horner, Avhile the remaining six will run in the interests of Mr. Thomas Mono-han, president of the Cuba-American Jockey and Auto Club. This lot embraces Cydonia and Notime, both three-year-olds, and Lank and Marionette, a couple of two-year-olds, and a yearling gelding by Superman Bel-phoebe, and a yearling gelding by King James Cadeau.

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