First Foal of New Year: Reported at Glen Helen Stud in Kentucky Latest Gossip of the Breeding Farms, Daily Racing Form, 1924-01-03


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FIRST FOAL OF NEW YEAR Reported at Glen Helen Stud in Kentucky Latest Gossip of the Breeding Farms. LEXINGTON, Ky., Jan. 2. The first thoroughbred foal of the year was reported this morning by John S. Barbee, master of Glen Helen Stud, where it was born last night just before the passing of the first day of the new year. It is a bay filly by Bello, from Depdale, by Ormondale, and is the property of James MacManus of New York. Depdale is a daughter of the celebrated race mare Dishabille, by Kings Counsel, which brought distinction to the colors of the late George C. Bennett, and was one of the best to have ever carried the colors of the noted Memphis breeder and sportsman. Emil Herz left this morning for New York to bo present when the thoroughbreds re-, cently purchased in England by a number of Americans arrive at the end of this week. At Ashland he was joined by J. O. Keene, who has been at Raceland, the new track of the Tri-State Fair and Racing Association, of which he is general manager. Keene has four fillies coming over on the boat from England. Henry Williams, manager of Hinata Farm, left this mornng for New York to bring out the yearlings Phil T. Chinn bought on the other side. Chinn sailed today from France and is due in New York next Tuesday. James Rowe is expected here from New York next Friday to inspect the thoroughbreds at Harry Payne Whitneys Kentucky establishment. William, Wallace is here for a few days with relatives and may go to New Orleans Lefore returning to New York. his Xalapa Farnv irrBourbon County. Emil Herz this morning received atlvice from James F. Johnson of the Quincy Stable, owner of Playfellow, that thirty-five mares have been booked to the brother of Man o War, which is to make his first season as a sire at Short Grass Stud. John E. Madden has booked five mares ; John H. Morris three ; Phil T. Chinn, Thomas Piatt, John D. Carr, L. A. Lyne, Joseph Marrone, II. W. Maxwell and Short Grass Stud, two each ; A. B. Hancock, Montfort Jones, "William B. Miller, J. C. Carrick, J. E. Griffith, W. S. Threlkeld, W. C. Clancy, J. C. Milan, Hanley C. Ragan, Charles Nuckols, Dr. M. W. Williams, Dr. D. B. Knox and Brownell Combs, one each.

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