Thor Promising Juvenile: Now Being Trained at Lexington Track by Charles Dodson.; Property of Mrs. T. J. Regan of New York, Who Has Band of Mares at Old Patchen Wilkes Farm., Daily Racing Form, 1924-04-23


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THOR PROMISING JUVENILE ♦ Now Being; Trained at Lexington Track by Charles Dodson. ♦ Property of Mrs. T. J. Regan of New York, Who Has Band of Marcs at Old Patchcn Wilkes Farm. i . .. LEXINGTON, Ky.. April 22.— One of the most promising of the two-year-olds in training at the Kentucky Association track is Thor, an aptly named bay colt by Thundarer — Sainotta, by Sain. Thor was bred and is owned by Mrs. Thomas J. Regan of New York, and is being trained by Charles Dodson. Thor is registered as by Pennant or i Thunderer, but there is no doubt that he is | by the sire of Worthmore. Dodson is tiain-ing six other two-year-olds, all fillies, f jr Mrs. Regan. Three of these, all chestnuts | in color, are by Spanish Prince II, from i mares by Star Shoot, they having been bred by John K. Madden at Hamburg Place. One is from Richochet ; another from Refusal and the third from Hostess. The name of Pink Tea has been requested for in.s one. Wishful is the only one of the six with a registered name as yet. Wishful is by King James — Listless, by Voter. She can run. For the chestnut filly by Vindex — Juliet. Mrs. Regan has decided to request the name In I Love with Love. "I know it is rather long." ! she said, "but, dont you think it apropos? j Juliet and ltomeo assuredly have demonstrated that love was in love with love." The other filly is black. She is by Delhi — j Sainville. by Sain. The llegan mares now are being kept on i a portion of the old Patchen Wilkes Stock ; Farm, once devoted to trotters, it having been established by W. 10. I. Stokes in the time of Peter Duryea, who was its first manager. It is expected, however, that they will eventually be transferred to a portion of the Walton Farm, recently leased hy Harry-Payne Whitney as extra acreage to accom-! modate some of the horses he sent down from I the Brookdale Farm in New Jersey. There I is more acreage than is required fer the | ! Whitney horses and the Greentree Stable ■ horses. Mr. Kegan is identified with the Whitney interests in New York. Thus far five of the Regan mares have ■ foaled this season. Lady Galette dam of j Oallivant, by Lord Fdward II., out of St. | Gallette, by St. Frusquin, has a bay colt by Trompe la Mort, which is a brother | to Galatia owned by George D. Widener. j Lady Galette visited Ballot this year. Listless has a bay colt by Dominant and visited I Thunderer. Sibola has a bay colt by Hire ■ aux Iarmes and goes to Chicle. Shuttle has a bay filly by Leonardo II., and visits Whisk- I broom, while Sainotta has a bay filly by ; Dominant and has been booked to Broom-j stick. There are five more of the Began mares to foal. a.

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