Davies Farm is Sold, Daily Racing Form, 1924-06-17


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1 * tl the . F 1 b . a ■1 ■ | n t • » I ~ I ] a j ■ 1. tl j ! y ; P ,. , P i_ ! ■ ■t ■ I d n d j j t to o I e y | | t to y ] j a :s J s J iir ; oi out DAVIES FARM IS SOLD S , , w st TORONTO, Ont, June 16.— Following on a dl heels of the purchase of the Ridgewood F..rm near Oakville, Ont., by the Davies - p boys from Walter Harland Smith comes the e a at announcement that the Davies have now v s parted with their charter for the Thorncliffe e e, race course, together with their farm and d i j a at breeding establishment of 475 acres, which h a adjoins the Thorncliffe track, for a price e j, said to be in the neighborhood of 00,000. j While an option only has been secured, the 8 s] terms called for one-half of the purchase price to be paid by the first of June. The e purchasers are said to be closely connected d with the Thorncliffe Park Racing and Breed- l" y ing Association. s The property in question is known in the ie a neighborhood as the Robert Davies Farm or ,r d the Thorncliffe Farm, and runs from the * n eastern boundary of the Thorncliffe track k the Dons Mill Road. The training track k j, and buildings upon it are visible from the le q Thorncliffe race track stand. It is only a a g stones throw from the city limits and is is | excellent farm and grazing land, with fine ie v buildings upon it, and is admirably suited to J the purpose for which it is now being used. a — .

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