Marks Names Appropriate: All Youngsters Names Begin with First Letter of Owners Name Sells Three Juveniles, Daily Racing Form, 1932-02-24


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MARKS NAMES APPROPRIATE All Youngsters Names Begin With First Letter of Owners Name Sells Three Juveniles. LEXINGTON, Ky., Feb. 23. Leo J. Marks, sportsman and philanthropist, starts the names of all his thoroughbreds with his own initial "M," and usually gives the youngsters very appropriate appellations. Sixteen two-year-olds were included in the string which was recently taken up for training. Some of them were taken to Pimlico by head trainer Charles J. Cazey, and others are at the Kentucky Association track in charge of Fred Morris. Today Mr. Morris announced that, acting for Mr. Marks, he had disposed of Must, Made and Mashed to Stanley Walz of Covington, Ky. The complete list of names follows: Must, b. f, by Baigneur Alma Gaffney. Marvan, b. g, by San-Utar Amawrack. Muddled, b. g, by San-Utar Clara Bell. Mentality, b. g, by San-Utar Culture. Made, b. f, by Supremus Damara. Matterofact, ch. f, by San-Utar Fay Shaw. Marooned, b. g, by Whiskalong Hazel Spears. Magnitude, b. f, by Infinite Many Thorns. Mildness, ch. f, by Upset Pavias Baby. Misguide, b. c, by Upset Pouponne. Mudraker, ch. f, by Ladkin Ridicule II. My Wish, ch. f, by Upset Royal Mint II. Most Always, b. g, by San-Utar. Spikelet. Mashed, ch; g, by Supremus Volition. Mobile, ch. g, by Flight of Time Spectacle. Morality, b. g, by Waygood Welfare.

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