Williams Bros. Big Stable: Eleven Two-Year-Olds and Thirteen Older Horses Wintering at Douglas Park, Daily Racing Form, 1924-01-29


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WILLIAMS BROS. BIG STABLE Eleven Two-Year-Olds and Thirteen Older Horses Wintering at Douglas Park. s f .LOUISVILLE, Ky., Jan. 2S. R. D. Dick I Williams, veteran turfman, has a pretentious v Btablo. quartered at Douglas Park which s should provide many -winners during the f coming racing season. In addition to having eleven two-year-olds bred at the "Williams j Bros. haras in Oklahoma, Mr. Williams F has thirteen older horses in training. P. D. I "Williams, his brother, is trainer for the J stable. It was the "Williams Brothers who last year successfully campaigned Dr. Hickman, which developed into one of the i most consistent sprinters on the Kentucky I circuit. Toward the close of the year Doctor I Hickman was sold to Bert "Williams, of De- troit. It is said that Bert "Williams was , acting for Frank 13. Navin, owner of the j Detroit baseball club, but "Dick" Williams would not verify this. , "Dr. Hickman was going soundly when 3 I sold him," said "Dick" Williams today, "but I have heard nothing from him -since , Bert Williams took him to Tijuana further t tban a letter from him saying that he had s arrived safely at the Lower California track J with tho horse." It has been the custom of the Williams J Brothers, who have raced largo strings of thoroughbreds for years of their own breed- ing to alphabetically name the produce of their stud farm. It is pointed out that the letter "R" has been reached by this turf firm and tho names and breeding of the two-year-olds follow: Request, b. c, by Iron Cross II. Galinda. Realize, cli. f, by Hilarious Erma. Reprieve, blk. f, by Iron Cross II. Lady Eslier. Recovery, cli. f, by Iron Cross II. Lance. Resistance, cli. f, by Iron Cross II. Impressive. Require, b. c, by Hilarious May Wcasmcr. i Receiver, b. c, by Dominant Cliff Top. i Reputation, b. e. by Hilarious 1arisQucen. , Remember, cli. f. by Iron Cross II. Incitation. , Respite, b. c, by Hilarious Lucinda. Rebate, blk. f, by Hilarious Marie T. Eifjht three-year-olds arc being prepared for the races in the Williams stable. They are: Quer, Quotation, Quaver, Quoin, Quash, ; QuaSl, Quota and Quinine. Most of them are winners of one or two races as two-year-olds. The other older horses are Cromwell, S ; .Napoo, 6 ; Opulent, 5 ; Praise. 4, and Purdce, a maiden four-year-old by Martinet. Mr. Williams sold three youngsters to B. J. Brasnon for a sum he refused to divulge. One was a filly by Dominant from the mother of Kcrnan ; another was a sister to Omnipotent, and the other was a black filly by Hilarious Blue Point.

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