Goes on an Extended Trip, Daily Racing Form, 1924-01-10


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GOES ON AN EXTENDED TRIP LOUISVILLE, Ky., Jan. 9. Thomas M. Murphy, master of St. Matthews Stud Farm, left Thursday for -a winter sojourn at New Orleans, Texas and Southern California. Mr. Murphy said he would spend only a few days at New Orleans and about six weeks at San Diego, Cal. Mr. Murphy has eight two-year-olds in training at Douglas Park under Jack Flanni-gan. He has had several offers for the brown filly, by Golden Maxim Lady Lexington, a sister to Paul Wiedel, and the bay filly by Golden Maxim Eva K., a sister to Curland, owned by J. K. L. Ross. Mr. Murphy says while all his horses arc for sale he is in no hurry about disposing of these two. Several of the other youngsters are by Mr. Murphys sire Boots and Saddle. While at New Orleans Mr. Murphy will sec his only youngster at that track, Maxi-manah, by Golden Maxim Kharmanah, fly his colors.

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