Texas Breeding Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1943-05-14


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Texas Breeding Notes FORT WORTH Texas May 13 Jack Jarvis general manager of Top o the Hill Stock Farm assisted by Troy Nubbin Johnson has his famed Victory garden in good shape I Tiad an idea it was going to get tougher as the war went on and thats why we got an early start with this Victory garden commented Jar vis who seems to be assured of a plentiful supply of vegetables for the duration Noble Tiller East Texas horseman now engaged in vanning thoroughbreds to and from racing points convoyed Col J O Harts racing division home to Hurst from Oaklawn Laurence Fry also brought in the Reynolds Brothers stable Col G B McCamey is another Tarrant County breeder bringing home his stable for fresh ¬ ening before the summer campaigns campaignsThere There is a scarcity of thoroughbred foals in north Texas very few appearing to date Hardly any arrived in January In past seasons breeders used to compete to get an early January foal but lately they seem to have waited until spring for their youngsters

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