Morvich Has No Mishap, Daily Racing Form, 1922-12-12


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MORVTCH HAS NO MISHAP LEXINGTON, Ky., December 11. Morvich, winner of the Kentucky Derby, arrived in Lexington early Sunday and was sent out in a van over icy roads to Miss Elizabeth Daingerfields Haylands Farm, where a splendid box had been prepared for him, and where next spring he is to make his first season in the stud. The son of Runnymedo and Hymir was looking in the best of health when he arrived at the farm. Gifford A. Cochran is a visitor here from New York. He has a number of mares in. this vicinity and his mission here is to look them over. Thomas Quinn, well known in racing circles, is here from New York with Mrs. Quinn on their annual visit to the "folks back home," both being natives of Lexington. George II. Strate, who has been here several days looking after some racing and breeding matters for John H. Rosseter, as well as for himself, departed Sunday morning for New York, from whence he expects to return to California. Strate recently resigned as manager of Rosseters Wikiup Rancho in California, but he continues to look after some other matters for Mr. Rosseter. The funeral of Mrs. Hal Price Headley was held this afternoon from the residence on Beaumont Farm. Mr. Headley is in. receipt of advices to the effect that his only sister, Mrs. Christian Wahl, is quite ill at her home in New York following an operation. Dan W. Scott has reported the death of the weanling colt, by Sir John Johnson, from Axis dam of Arrow Point and Col. Livingston, at his Arrow Point Stock Farm,

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