Choicely Bred Juveniles: Maj. T. C. Mcdowell Has Sixteen Weanlings of Fine Blood Line at Ashland Farm, Daily Racing Form, 1924-12-01


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1 V t J s a t s 1 a 1 1 1 CHOICELY BRED JUVENILES Maj. T. C. McDowell Has Sixteen Weanlings of Fine Blood Lines at Ashland Farm. LEXINGTON, Ky., Nov. 30. The sixteen weanlings Avhich Major T. C. McDowell registered with the Jockey Club a few days ago arc probably the best collectively and indivi-J dually that have ever been raised at that successful breeding establishment. First of all there is the neatest black miss one would wish to see a daughter of Man o War and the good race mare Waterblossom. Then came j six in a row by the beautifully bred Under Fire ; two colts,, one from Independence, a winning daughter of Ballot; and the Spin-1 away winner, Olive Wood one could go faij to see better individuals ; two fillies by the , son of Swynford and Startling, from the La-, tonia Cup winner, Star Jasmine, and the very speedy rium are full of quality ; and ; what an admirable filly is the bay daughter of North Star III. and the record breaking Distinction; while the chestnut sister to Distinction, herself is truly grand. These youngsters are surely destined to make turf history and it will not be surprising to see the famous "white, black sash" of the genial major carried to victory in many of Americas greatest races in 192G and 1927. A full list of the 1924 crop follows: I.lack filly, by Ma? o Wnr Waterblossom. Chestnut colt, by Manager Waite America. Itiown colt, by Under Fire Independence. Chestnut colt, by Manager Waite College Girl. Itrown colt, by Under Fire Olive" Wood. Chestnut filly, by Manager Waite Miss Itellamy. Chestnut colt, by The Manager Wenonali. 15ay colt, by The Manager Little" Daughter. Chestnut colt, by The Manager Caution. !ay filly, by Under Fire Plum, t.liestnnt filly, by Manager Waite Azalea. 15ay filly, by Under Fire Latonki. 15ay filly, by The Manager lima. Urown filly, by Under Fire Star Jasmine. Hay filly, by North Star III. Distinction. Chestnut filly, by The Manager Alanarka.

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