Cook Breeding Horses, Daily Racing Form, 1942-05-11


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Cook Breeding Horses DAYTON, Md., May 9.— George A. Cook, who races a modest string at Maryland tracks, has turned breeder. At the village of Dayton, in Howard County, he has a small farm and five mares, two of which reecntly foaled. They are Working Girl and Lilting. Both have bay fillies by Sir James and they will be returned this year to that son of St. James, from the Ultimus mar, Lady Mother, who stands at Arthur Hullcoats West Acres Farm, at Darlington. Working Girl is an eight-year-old get of Son of John — Junetta, by Junior, and Lilting a seven-year-old daughter of Son of John — Emanon, by Southern Cross. Three other mares that were bred this year, are Travelo, Clymene and Maetake. The former is by Dunlin — Bubola, by Bubbling Over, and was mated with Happy Argo; Clymene is by Abbots Nymph — Miss Braxted, by Braxted, and was bred to Air-flame; and Maetake, a daughter of Transmute — Epingle, by Epinard, was united with Economic.

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