Reach Kentucky Safely: Thoroughbred Importations from England Arrive at Lexington without Mishap, Daily Racing Form, 1924-12-28


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REACH KENTUCKY SAFELY Thoroughbred Importations From England Arrive at Lexington Without Mishap. B.ENINGTON, Ivy., Dec. 27. Along with the imported thoroughbreds from England which arrived yesterday from New York for Senator J. N. Camden, Walter J. Salmon, E. R. Bradley, Leslie Combs and Joseph IS. Widener, George Miller brought the young Sun Briar horse, Sun Flag and the young j mare. Follies, both the property of Gifford A. Cochran. They went to Cochrans Shan- don farm, where Under 1 ire and His Ma- j jesty are to make the season of 1925. Plans for Sun Flag have not been announced. All of the horses from the other side arrived at their destination in good condition with the exception of Own Sister, the bay mare by Dark Ronald Mother-in-Law, the property of Walter J. Salmon. She wan running a high temperature and had to have veterinary attention.

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