Gift To Breeding Bureau: William Woodward Donates Spearpoint to Jockey Club for Use as a Stallion, Daily Racing Form, 1924-04-07


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I I GIFT TO BREEDING BUREAU ; | William Woodward Donates , Spearpoint to Jockey Club for Use as a Stallion . NEW YORK. N. Y., April G— The breeding . bureau of the Jockey Club has had its complement of sires increased by the gift of the imported three-.war-old colt Spearpoint by the Derby winner Spearmint from Forget Me Not. by Martagon, second dam Lest We For-I et, by Dinna Forget from Silver Dee, by Dene] or. Spearpoint was bough, t in Fngland by William Woodward of the Belair Stud, and gave promise of racing to his breeding, but un- fortunately he did not stand training, and Mr. Woodward, who is a steward of the , . Jockey Club, presented him to the breeding 1 bureau. Chairman Frank K. Sturgis of the bureau [ ; has decided that Spearpoint shall be sent to , ; Troop K. of the State Police, now located 1 at Hillandale Farm, near Mamaroneck, where , : he will replace The Bohemian, by Jim Gaffney, , which will be transferred to Brockweli I Farm, Brewsteis, N. Y.. where James K. F:ayling is sui erintendent. Spearpoint is the proper type to sire troopers mounts, and he should also get som. -thins ! good in the way of a hunter when crossed on the big thoroughbred and half-bred mares owned by ne tubers of the Westchester and j Fairfield Hunts.

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