Mcmillen Stable Plans: One Division Enroute to Tijuana, Another to be Raced at Miami in Charge of Geo. Phillips, Daily Racing Form, 1924-11-18


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McMILLEN STABLE PLANS One Division Enroute to Tijuana, Another to Be Raced at Miami in Charge of Geo. Phillips. CLEVELAND, Ohio, Nov. 17. J. Mc-Millen, wealthy Cleveland contractor, who recently purchased the Thistle Down Farm, where he has let contracts looking to the completion of a mile track adjacent to North Randall, is in receipt of word from Columbus from trainer D. Callahan, that the horses from his establishment intended for racing at Tijuana, had entrained for the border track. This division of the stable was further rcenforccd before leaving by the arrival of seven horses from George Phillips division in Maryland. Owner McMillen announced that the horses in Phillips care would be shipped to Miami during the winter instead of New Orleans, where the Clevelander headed the list of winning owners last year. Fannie Bean and Baby Mine, property of McMillen, have been shipped to John E. Maddens Hamburg Palace near Lexington, where they will be mated to the Rock Sand stallion, Friar Rock.

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