Shipment Here at Last: Mississippi Reaches Her New York Dock Thursday Noon, Daily Racing Form, 1924-01-12


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SHIPMENT HERE AT LAST . Mississippi Reaches Her New York Dock Thursday Noon. Stallions Craigangowcr and Royal Canopy Part of Remarkable Consignment of Horses Purchased Abroad. NEW YORK, N. Y., Jan. 11. Although it had been published in various newspapers throughout the country, with a wealth of detail and scenes at the dock, that the Mississippi had arrived here Sunday, it was not until noon today that the Atlantic transport vessel got in with her valuable cargo of thoroughbreds purchased abroad by American breeders and horsemen. Two of the most distinguished of the travelers are the stallions Craigangower and Royal Canopy, stock horses of reputation. The first named is a five-year-old chestnut son of Polymelus and Fortuna, and is consigned to Johnson N. Camden, while Royal Canopy is a ten-year-old gray son of Roi Herode and Cream o th Sky, consigned to Captain P. M. Walker. Senator Camden paid 0,000 for Craigangower, and there are great hopes for him in this country. A. B. Hancock is bringing over a yearling colt by the Derby winner Lemberg and two brood mares, one by Sir Martin and the other by John o Gaunt. Robert E. Fairbain, former president of the National Horse Show Association, has two mares which will go to Lexington, Ky. Eight fillies and marcs bought for Frederick Johnson and Hal Price Headley will go to the Beaumont Farm at Lexington. There are in the shipment two brood mares for F. M. Alger of Detroit, and nine fillies and mares for the Leona Stud Farm of John D. Hertz of Cary, 111. Mrs. Hertz has been showing horses and will now go into breeding on a large scale. Four fillies and colts, age and breeding not given, are destined for Julius Fleischmann at Aiken, S. C. Phil Chinn of the Himyar Stud, Lexington, K., will receive sixteen unnamed foals and three brood mares. There are five yearlings consigned to Roy Carruthers, which will be shipped to J. O. Keenes farm at Lexington, while there are eight mares, mostly French, it is understood, going to the Cold Stream Farm at Lexington. There are also eight head, details of which have not been received, consigned to II. C. Colt of Geneseo, N. Y. The most complete list of the shipment available at this time follows: A. Ii Hancock. I?ay colt, 1, by Lcmbers Peep. Venturesome, b. in, 8, by Sir Martin Ventura. Loaf Sugar, b. in, 9, by John o Gaunt Caramel. J. K. X. Boss. Eighteen bead; no details. P.. E. Fairbain. Lucks "Way, ch. f, 3, by Stornaway Fortuna. Lady Laces, b. f, 4, by Plialaris Dame Irudent. Frederick Johnson and H. P. Headley. Cliellaryve, ch. f, 4, by Golden Sun Marcareme. Mary Itose, ch. m, , by Lomond Sunny Kidjxe. Ilc;ral Roman, ch. f, 3, by IJoi Herode Lady Cicero. Continued on twelfth page. SHIPMENT HERE AT LAST Continued from first page. Brown filly, 3, Jy Son-in-Law Statira. Reluctant, ch. f, 3, by Sunstar Hose of Ayrshire. Ijvablc, b. f, 4 ,by St. Amant Lancifolia. Jays Delight, b. f, 4, by Gay Crusader Cockyleeky. Deserted Village, ch. f, 4, by Oliver Goldsmith. F. M. Alger. March Mist, .ch. m, 11, by Marco Miss Snooks. FlyiugIButtress.i b. -m; 9, -by DuhHMrtonGastlcfTr Xandina. ti William Hogan Knight of Grccnane, b. g, S, by The White Knight Soldiers Daughter. P. II. Walker. Royal Canopy, sr. h, 10, by Hoi Herode Cream o" th Sky. Leona Stud -Farm, Hay filly, 1, by Grand Parade P.leasdale. Rezcnde, b. m, S, by Tracery Lady Portland. Hlack or brown filly, 1, by Galloper Light Hezende. Western, br. f, 3, by Sunstar Westcria. Hay filly, 1, by The Tetrareh Captured. Hay filly, 1, by Golden Sun Shanogue. Paqneiette, b. f, 4, by John o Gaunt Brown Margaret. Splendid Jay, b. f. 4. by Kwang Su ropingaol. La Dauphine, ch. ni, 7, by The. Tetrareh Scbenico. Julius Fleischmann. Zophinc. b. f. Carabirier, ch. c. Bellini, b. f. St. Illers, b. c. Leslie Coombs. Favilla, b. m, 14, by Desmond Startling. J. N. Camden. Craigangowcr, ch. h, 5, by Polymelus Fortuwu E. R. Bradley. Miss Ronald, b. m, 17, by Bay Honald Sesara. Chestnut colt, 1, by Sundridge or Grey Fox II. Miss Honald. Chestnut filly, 2, by Sundridge Miss Ronald. Cold Stream Farm. Eight mares; no details. . H.. y,.cn. Eight head; no details. P. T. Chinn. Sixteen foals; no details. Heine. Titania, b. m, 10, by Macdonald II. Rose do Brie. Rapine, ch. m, G, by Rabelais Adana. Orange, b. f, 4, by Nimbus Odon. Montifringilla, b. g, 3, by llounan Mountain Daisy. Hay Carruthers. Bay filly, 1. by Sunbright Fairyland. Chestnut filly, 1, by Juggernaut Fuse Cap. Bay filly, 1, by John o Gaunt Sino. Bay filly, 1, by Diadumenos Inference. Chestnut filly, 1, by Kwang Su Beckington. Property of laurel Park Stud Co, Brood Mares. Mirim, ch. m, 5, by Friar Marcus Maritza, by Sir Berkeley. Spearetta, b. m, 9, by Spearmint Marietta, by Junior. Barribel, b. m, 0, by Bayardo Queensland, by Tredennis. Yearlings. Chestnut filly, by Diadumenos Felice. Tjandi, b. c, by Poramern Hot Cross Bun. Bay colt, by Lemberg Silve How. Chestnut colt, by Lemberg Nun Monckton. Hay colt, by Poltava Grecian Fairy. Chestnut colt, by Russley Royal Applause. Hay colt, by Black Jester Ninette. Bay colt, by Bay dOr All Out. Hay colt, by Buchun Nejima. Gray colt, by Stephen the Great Luscigon. Chestnut colt, by Glanmcrin Kings Ward. Bay colt, by Blink Book Muslin. Jumpers. Gasper, ch. h, 5, by Cigar Doubtful. Panlhias, ch. h, 5, by Charles OMalley Ballyshec. Fraternity, b. g, 4, by Cannobic Francisca. Mebos, b. c, 4, by Polymelus Boda. Brown Pom, b. c, 4, by Pommern-i-Drym.

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