George W. Wingfield Ill: Recovering from Severe Case of Influenza--Cheered by Victory of Honeywood Colt., Daily Racing Form, 1923-01-16


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GEORGE W WINGFIELD ILL Recovering from Severe Case of Influenza Cheered by Vic ¬ tory of Honeywood Colt SAN FRANCISCO Cal January 15 Just as George Wingfield proprietor of Nevada Stock Farm was leaving a sanitarium in this city for his home in Reno a dispatch came that the Honeywood colt Norwood had won a twoyearold race at Tijuana The news cheered the noted breeder perceptibly and it is expected he will move rapidly now on the road to health He was suffering from a severe case of influenza influenzaAlthough Although Norwood was not bred by Mr Wingfield the victory of the youngster gave him as much pleasure as though ha had come from his own haras Breeder A Neal secured a service to Mr Wingfields Poly melus horse the same season that Purse Rose was sent to the court of Atheling II Nor ford Rose is the dam of Norwood NorwoodJosephine Josephine Newell the product of the union of Atheling H and Purse Rose did not sur ¬ prise by running second to Al Hotfoot in the first of the twoyearold races at Tijuana She had worked very well up in Nevada and Mr Wingfield has made an offer for her but failed to get the filly The master of Nevada Stock Farm also tried to buy Purse Rose Josephine Newell was reported to have worked an eighth in ten seconds and a fraction fractionPurse Purse Rose was bred at Ormondale Stock Farm where Ormonde stood on being brought to this country by the late William OBrien Macdonough The brood mare is a daughter of Ormondes son Orsini and Rose of China Only three generations back from Rose of China is the famous Bees Wing WingJames James McDonnell who was superintendent of Ormondale Stock Farm said today Purse Rose was a highclass performer on tha race course running in the best of company Her dam Rose of China was of the same year as the Ormonde mare Honiton one of the fleetest thoroughbreds ever bred in Califor ¬ nia Rose of China herself showed phe ¬ nomenal speed in trials but never went to the post postCharles Charles T Boots said today the five two yearolds of A K Macomber at the San Jose track were going along in good style They are by Liberty Loan War Fame and other stallions belonging to Mr Macomber that have been standing at Mr Boots Elm wood stock farm Milpitas

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