Morvich Now in Kentucky: Kentucky Winner Shipped to Haylands Farms to Enter the Stud next Year, Daily Racing Form, 1922-12-10


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MORVICH NOW IN KENTUCKY Kentucky Winner Shipped to Hay-lands Farms to Enter the Stud Next Year. LEXINGTON, Ky., December 9. Benjamin Blocks; Kentucky Derby winner, Morvich, was expected here today, having left New York yesterday, to go into the stud for the coming season at Miss Elizabeth Dainger-fields Haylands Farms. It is understood here to be Mr. Blocks intention to mate the son of Runnymede and Hymir to about one dozen mares and conclude his first stud season about May 1, in time to put him back into training for fall racing. Benjamin Buickner, manager of Xalapa Farm, was in town today and stated that he is expecting Lucky Hour to arrive from the East. Johnny Miller left here today for New York with four yearling3, the property of Frederick Johnson. They were broken at Beaumont Farm. Jack Baiter, wife and son left this afternoon for West Baden, Ind., to have a rest at the springs. Messrs. J. E. Griffith and Harry Rites departed tonight for Baltimore after several days inspecting mares and stallions in this section. J. O. Kcene, manager of the new track at Ashland, has gone to New York to remain until after the Macomber sale, December 15, which will be attended by a number of breeders from this section.

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