Mares Reach New Homes: Thirty-One Matrons Purchased at Macomber Sale Arrive Safely at Kentucky Destination, Daily Racing Form, 1922-12-22


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MARES REACH NEW HOMES Thirty-One Matrons Purchased at Macomber Sale Arrive Safely at Kentucky Destination. LEXINGTON, Ky., December 21. Two cars containing thirty-one of the forty French-bred mares sold by A. K. Macomber in New York last Friday arrived here last night in charge of John Miller and were sent to the various farms as follows: To Edward Cebrian went Hurry Up, Sweetheart II., Miss Glatigne, Sekina, Rosetta II., War Stcries, Scramble, Latafna, Warwith, Royal Eagle, Fornia and Free Will II. ; to Arthur B. Hancock at Paris, Ky., went Cicely Sprocket, Fortuna II., Rainier and Adeliza ; to J. O. Keene went Princess Mafalda, War Love, Addie and Sand Blast; to Miss Elizabeth Daingerfield went Lacandeur, Gibbs and Palestra ; to J. W. Parish of Midway went Peppermint II. and Laplanche Debriante. Two belonging to C. W. Leonard, Rain Drop and Alinka, went to William C. Goodloes farm. Tinkling Bells, property of Preston M. Burch, went t6 John S. Barbees Glen Helen Stud. To John H. Rosseters farm went Foreshore, and to A. G. Leonard went Fran-cisca II. The consignment also contained one which went to John A. Paynes Kenton Farm, which was not of the Macomber sale. All arrived in good condition, not a sick horse among them. Montfort Jones, who has been at his Adley Farm at Berryville, Ya., is expected this week to spend the holidays with John E. Madden at Hamburg Place. J. O. Keene came in last night from New York and left today for the new race track near Ashland, Ky., of which he is general manager. Edward Cebrian reached home from New York today and will depart shortly for Cuba to spend the remainder of the winter.

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