Opens New Breeding Farm, Daily Racing Form, 1924-05-27


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| j | j I ; i I I | I | i | | I 1 j j j I * OPENS NEW BREEDING FARM LOUISVILLE, Ky.. May 26.— Col. J. Swi- gart Taylor of Frankfort, Ky., who recently purchased the farm from the Mason estate known as "Scotland," consisting of 340 acres, four miles from Frankfort, on the Versailles pike, has decided to turn it into a thor- oughbred breeding farm. Colonel Taylor has purchased the four-year-old colt, Taylor Hay, from Polk Laffoon, vice-chairman of the Kentucky State Racing Commission, and the following from C. W. Hay, one of the Ken- tucky stewards : Yearling filly, by Black Toney — Emma Star, half-sister to Taylor Hay ; yearling colt, by Helmet— Elizabeth M. ; the brood mare, Elizabeth M., by Jack Atkin — Little Indian, by Hanover, with suckling colt by Light Brigade, bred to High Time ; the brood mare. Miss Loula Long, by Blues, from a Sain mare, with suckling colt by Master Robert, bred to Master Robert. Colonel Taylor intends to secure some additional brood mares and all the horses raised by him will be raced in his colors with the view of some time winning the Kentucky Derby.

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