Lipscomb Loses Good Mare, Daily Racing Form, 1942-05-11


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| , ] ! ! Lipscomb Loses Good Mare LEESBURG, Va., May 9. — Cinema, one of the good producers in W. H. Lipscombs brood mare band at his Raspberry Plain Farm near here, died after foaling a bay colt, by Psychic Bid. The 19-year-old matron succumbed to a hemorrhage. Her foal is being raised by a percheron mare who foaled at the same time. A daughter of the good brood mare sire, Sweep, Cinama was from the imported mare, Magic Lantern II., by Le Sagittaire. Cinema was bred by Samuel Ross. She won at two and three, including a victory in the Spin-away Stakes, and earned 4,075. As a brood mare, Cinema was one of Lipscombs good producers. Among her foals are Tinema and Tedema, stake winners, and the winners Donald Duck, Great Lover, On Location, Moving Star and Skotchy. The latter, a gelded son of Scotch Broom, won 20 races up to the end of 1941. Moving Star, a daughter of North Star III., is the dam of the good winner, Equistar, and the two-year-old Milkman colt, Tim-O-Shank.

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