Looks Like A Bargain, Daily Racing Form, 1924-04-19


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I : : j : ■ ! — ♦ — ■ I LOOKS LIKE A BARGAIN LEXIXGTOX. Ky. April 18.— Frederick W. Leonard, son of Andrew G. Leonard of this city, appears to have drawn a prize when, . through the offices of C. J. Fitz Gerald, he ; secured the mare lram isea II. from the number sent over by A. K. Macomber from i his Haras du Quesnay in Franc-? in De-| ■1 comber, 1922, and sold at Durlands in New • j York. Francisca II.. already the dam of the frequent ■ winners Frances and Franconelli, ap- - peared nut to be in foal and for that reason i possibly more than any other she was i knocked down at the bargain price of $.~ 00. Now. it develops, her four-year-old son, , Le Coyote formerly Franco, has become the ; greatest rival of Onyx II. for the hurdling championship of Fiance. i Francisca II.. as her appearance in the 5 sal" ring indicated, was not in foal, so there i was no issue last year, when she was sent t to the court of North Star 111. She is due i to foal to that mating about April 26, and this i year is to visit Atheling II. I By Prestige sire ff Sardanapalei and out t of Franchise, by "odtman, Framisea 11. L ! comes from a good American line, for her: grantlam, Frances S., was a good race mare in this country before her entry into; France at the age of thirteen. Frances S. j was by Stratford Water Lily, by King Alfonso, ami carried a double cross of Lexington, which in Francisca II. is combined with the blood of Da Ida ne pain, the greatest horse ever produced in France, and with Hermit, Dollar and Bend Or.

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