Gangway Dies in West: F. J. Kelley Loses Three Horses in Shipping His Stable to California Track, Daily Racing Form, 1922-12-05


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GANGWAY DIES IN WEST P. J. Kelley Loses Three Horses in Shipping His Stable to California Track. SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., December 4. Frank J. Kelley, the Chicago turfman who is one of the new directors of the new Pacific Coast Jockey Club, suffered another severe loss when Gangway, the four-year-old son of Luke McLuke Little Oasis, died at Ellis. Kas., where he was unloaded from the train carrying the Kelley horses to Tanforan when it was feared-that he -would not survive until he reached here. This is the third loss Mr. Kelley has suffered in shipping his string to Tanforan. First Elizabeth Irwin, a promising yearling filly by Peter Quince, died en route, then the two-year-old Bastinado, a bay gelding by Assagai Felucca, fell a victim to pneumonia a few days after reaching Tanforan. The complete list of the Kelley horses now quartered at Tanforan is a3 follows: Skeezir, b. g, 2, by Sweep Margaret T., by Sem-pronius. Itcncelaw, b. g, 2, by Jack Atkin Dirty Face, by Sweep. Anne Elizabeth, ch. f, 4, by Free Lance Cutter, by Gotham. The yearlings are: Betty Frank, ch. f, by Peter Quince De Jarnette. Pun .Tola, ch. g, by The Manager Mill Dale. Cheeron, br. g, by Paicines Little Memphis. Killcare, ch. g, by Paicincs Misbehave. Alice Harvey, ch. f, by Taicines II. First. Jean Melville, b. f, by Paicines Aurora.

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