Bracadales Dam is Dead, Daily Racing Form, 1924-06-20


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BRACADALES DAM IS DEAD FRANKFORT, Ky., June 19.— News comes from Hustonville, Lincoln county, Ky., of the death of Loch Linnhe, by Lochryan, the dam of Bracadale by Fair Play, one of the Rancocas Stable star three-year-olds. The mare died of lockjaw on the farm of her owner, Carroll Reid, former well-known turfman, who trained The Picket for his races a decade or so ago, but who has been confined to his home a semi-invalid for several years. The mare was insured for ,500. Mr. Reid and his cousin, Edward Cooper, now dead, sold Bracadale to Col. Phil Chinn for ,000 and Col. Chinn took the youngster to the Saratoga sale where Sam Hildreth paid some 7,500 for him. Col. Reid had a yearling colt out of the mare by Huon, and a weanling by Flitter-gold.

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