Texas Breeding Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1943-05-17


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Texas Breeding Notes FORT WORTH Texas May 15 Robert D Goodrich Texas rancher and oil man has a crack quarterhorse stallion at Hurst Goodrich is having the horse trained with a view to timing him in a series of short dashes such as are essayed by quarter stock Pin Ears formerly owned by George B McCamey and now owned by President Avila Camacho continues to do well in Mexico City racing according to recent reports The brood mare colony at Top o the Hill was augmented considerably with the ar ¬ rival of Mrs Robbins Florence May with a foal R R Greenlees Lolschen with a foal by Pondariel and Ward Holmana Edge In by Witchmount all arriving for service by Nedayr G R Whites Justice F mare George B McCameys Hermone and a mare from Reynolds Brothers also are scheduled Burmester is trying to fit the schedule to accommodate Beggar Girl owned by Walter Gant Ardmore Okla horseman horsemanThere There is a little orphan thoroughbred stud colt only one month old out at R S Caldwells Handley farm who is waging a gallant fight for life and everyone who has seen the wee one is pulling for him to make the grade He is by Pharanor son of Pharamond U out of Cantersine a mare by Canter who Caldwell acquired from Adolphe Pons and who died recently The colt now being hand fed and given copious quantities of cows milk is given a fiftyfifty chance to survive surviveJ J E Kelley owner of Silver Star Stock Farm near Irving is proud of Edification his stallion 1 think he will prove one of the best in the state he commented Kelley is sending one mare to Out Bound this year Jerome H Dizzy Dean former big league pitcher onetime Houston idol and more recently a sports commentator in St Louis is back home at Garland where he has a splendid stock farm close by that owned by Ben Whitaker Dean has two thoroughbreds but is doubtful about their breeding The former baseball star is often confused with J Dean of Brownwood now with the armed forces who was a thor ¬ oughbred breeder in peacetime days and who also was known as Dizzy i think it is bad enough for one of us to be known as Dizzy dont you archly inquired the former baseball star starCol Col George B McCamey master of Bed ¬ ford Stock Farm now located to the south of Fort Worth instead of Bedford Town ¬ ship where it was created will always have a warm spot in his heart for Robert L the first stakewinning horse he ever bred and who was responsible for him continu ¬ ing as a breeder I often thought after I sold that son of Noah Lady Braxted to Herbert Woolf that Id retire from the business of raising my own thoroughbreds but every time I studied it out I think maybe this or next year Id have one that might be better than Robert L corn to date havent had a horse that could j even be mentioned in the same breath with that great fellow

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