Man O Wars Offsprings: Expected to Make Their First Appearance on a Race Track at Havre de Grace., Daily Racing Form, 1924-04-22


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MAN 0 WARS OFFSPRINGS Expected to Make Their First Appearance on a Race Track at Havre de Grace. HAVRE DE GRACE. Md.. April 21- Unless the plans of Robert A. Smith miscarry Havre li Grace racing will be marked by the first appearance under silks of one or more two-year-olds sired by Man o* War. There are si sons and daughters of Americas superhorse of 1919 and 1920 in the stable of nineteen horses of various ages which Smith will race here through the April meeting of the Harford Agricultural and Breeders Association under the silks of Mrs. Walter M. .lefTords of Philadelphia. These youngsters w« re all bred by Mrs. j I Jeffords, who is now one of Americas leading women producers of thoroughbreds. Tin re are also seven sons and daughters of Golden Broom, French-bred son of Sweeper II.. for which Mrs Jeffords paid 5.u00 at auction in August. 191X. at Saratoga, and with which she won the Saratoga Special of 1919. Mrs Jeffords still owns Golden Broom. Man o War is the property of Satmn 1 1 Riddle, also of Philadelphia, her uncle and fath-r. It is Smiths plan to have on.-of his Man o Wars and possibly MM of his Golden Brooms ready for the ,000 Aberdeen Stakes, adash of four and one-half furlongs for two-year-olds. The Man o Wars and the Golden Brooms of the Jeffords establishment are uniformly good looking and several of them can run like the wind. The Man o Wars are Florence Nightingale, a half-sister of Youneed ; ! Lightship, a half-sister of 1 iogcnes : Flagship, a half-brother of Prince [tmil; By Hisself. Homeric and Seaplane. The last j three imrwl a»e from English mares. The Golden Brooms will be km wn to fame as Htoile iiitr. UoMM Spire, Golden Ixxks. ;, Golden Wings, GoUUmtl and Goldstick. Etoile dOr is a half-sister of K.scoha. McGee and Tea "addy have two-year-old geldings in the string called Arg I. and Mange 1ekoe. There are also Diogenes, winner of last years Hopeful at Saratoga, and Mrs. Jeffords Preakness and Kentucky Derby hope. Cockney, Rising Sun and Reprisal. Diogenes and Cockney will train for the ,000 Clnsa-P-ake Stake*.

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