G. M. Hendries Stable, Daily Racing Form, 1924-04-04


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O. M. HENDRIE S STABLE LOUISVILLE. Ky.. April 3— George M. Hendrie, the Canadian sportsman, who sometime ago disposed of all his horses in training will begin the spring season with an entirely new establisment that will embrace nothing but two-year-olds. These youngsters arrived at the Downs Wednesday morning in care of John Walters from their winter quarters at Gallatin, Tenn. They are a fine-looking band, having been broken and galloped and are ready for real training. Two of them were bred by Mr. Hendrie. these being a colt by North Star III. — Sunny, and a colt by Great Britain- Sainaza. The others were all purchased at the Saratoga August sales. The more highly regarded ones are a hay filly by Negofol — Noowa ; bay filly by Xegofol— Cridecour ; brown filly by Brown Prince — Thirty-third, and a bay filly, by Helmet — Berry San.

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