Seven Foals By Carlaris: Coffroth Handicap Winner Well Represented at Audley Farm.; W. S. Kilmer and B. A. Jones Partners in Sun Briar--Torque Filly--Many Other Audley Arrivals., Daily Racing Form, 1933-05-23


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SEVEN FOALS BY CARLARIS ♦ Coffroth Handicap Winner Well Represented at Audley Farm. • W. S. Kilmer and B. A. Jones Partners in Sun Briar — Torque Filly — Many Other Audley Arrivals. ♦ BERRYVILLE, Va., May 22.— Carlaris, three-year-old hero of the Tijuana winter meeting of 1925-1926, a horse that won renewals of the Tijuana Derby and Coffroth Preliminary, races of one mile and a furlong in better than 1:50 in each instance, before he was actually three years old and ran a mile and a quarter in 2:02% in a Coffroth Handicap a few days after his third birthday, was responsible for seven of the score of April and May to date foals at Bernard B. Jones Audley Farm. Carlaris made the stud season past at Audley. He is at the Moseley place in Kentucky this year. The Audley April and May foals in the order of their coming were: Bay filly, by Sun Briar — Torque, April 4; Chestnut filly, by St. Henry — Elegant, April 7; Chestnut filly, by Carlaris or St. Henry — Calendula, April 9; Chestnut filly, by Tryster — Ring Dove, April 9; Brown filly, by St. Henry — Brown Queen, April 11; Bay colt, by Carlaris — Donna Juana, April 11; Chestnut filly, by St. Henry — Frolicsome, April 12; Chestnut filly, by Carlaris — Sister Ship, April 12; Chestnut colt, by Tryster — Rockland, April 18; Chestnut filly, by Bright Knight-Annie Ree, April 20; Bay filly, by St Henry — Minervas Dream, April 21; Brown filly, by Bright Knight— Florence Nightingale, April 21; Bay filly, by Bright Knight— Fair Phantom, April 23; Chestnut filly, by Carlaris — Noise, April 26; Chestnut filly, by Carlaris —Wee Shane, April 27; Bay filly, by Bright Knight— Light Pam, April 27; Chestnut filly, by Carlaris — Erin Queen, May 3; Bay colt, by Carlaris — Highland Belle, May 6; Chestnut filly, by Bright Knight — Fair Advocate, May 6; Bay filly, by High Cloud — Miss Hop-town, April 8. Willis Sharpe Kilmer is an equal partner with Jones in the ownership of the Sun Briar — Torque foal. Kilmers Court Manor Stud is twenty-five miles up the Valley of Virginia from Audley. Court Manor and Audley are now Americas biggest thoroughbred nurseries. Jones has seventy odd thoroughbreds, nearly all home-bred, racing or in training this season. The second American racing establishment to his in point of strength is Mrs. Helen Hay Whitneys. Dr. C. T. Grayson and Jones are joint owners of the Bright Knight — Florence Nightingale filly. Florence Nightingale, daughter of Man o War and The Nurse, was a Coaching Club American Oaks winner at three years old. She is a sister of Edith Cavell. The latter won a Coaching Club American Oaks at three and two revivals of the Pimlico Cup, two miles and a quarter. She defeated Crusader, Man o Wars most successful son, in the Cup of 1927 and Display in 1928. Ral Parr has an interest in the Bright Knight — Fair Advocate foal. J. B. Bryan is a partner in the ownership of the St. Henry — Calendula colt. J. D. Griffing owns the High Cloud — Miss Hoptown filly. •

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