Cudgel and Boniface: Inspected by Owner J. K. L. Ross on Visit to Kempland Farm, Daily Racing Form, 1924-03-15


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CUDGEL AND BONIFACE Inspected by Owner J. K. L Ross on Visit to Kempland Farm. - Cebrian Horses Arrive From New Orleans G. D. Wideners Hard Luck Baalbec a Crack. LEXINGTON, Ky., March 14. Commander J. K. L. Ross, after a day with Harry Mor-rissey at Kempland Farm, departed last night for Montreal, accompanied by D. A. OMeara, Commander Ross has tho stallions Cudgel and Boniface and a band of mares at Kempland Farm. It was for the purposo of seeing them that he came. Cudgel is probably one of the best-looking stallions in America, has a full book for 1924 and seasons aro being taken for 1925. The last mare booked to him was Photo, dam oC Time Exposure, the property of W. E. Hupp. The first foal by the young stallion Boniface is a brown colt, from Mary Lebus, dam of Billy Barton. It is the property of A. L. Ferguson of Georgetown and came in January. When Harry Morrissey called Mr. Ferguson on the phone yesterday and asked if he would price the colt, lie replied that ho would, and named ,000 as his figure. Mali Jong, Norseland, Jose Delgado and Bonnie Morn, the property of Edward Cebrian, have arrived from New Orleans and have been placed in the hands of John Whitlow for training at the Kentucky Association, tracks. Senator Joseph W. Bailey, after a vist to his Donegal Farm, departed this morning for his home at Dallas Texas, via New Orleans. William Dondas, after seeing the horses he has in training at the Kentucky Association track, departed for his home at La-tonia this morning. George D. Widener has. experienced a bit of hard luck in the loss of a colt foal by Troutbeck Istar. This colt was a brother to Starbeck and Baalbco, and half-brother to Miss Star. Starbeck, owned by John Lowe, is a three-year-old of great promise. He was brought over this week from Louisville, accompanied by Moms Boy and Mikado. They are being trained by their owner along with the horses he is training for Frederick Johnson at the Kentucky Association track. Baalbec is a two-year-old colt in Phil T. Chinns string at Hlnata Farm, and trainer Charles E. Patterson says he is an outstanding one in the list of thirty that ho is training, the chief of which is the Kentucky Derby candidalo Battle Creek.

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