Henry M. Knight Disposes of Five More Yearlings, Daily Racing Form, 1944-04-26


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Henry M. Knight Disposes Of Five More Yearlings LOUISVILLE. Ky.. April 25.— Henry H. Knight, the John E. Madden of the present era, stopped off in Louisville today en route to Chicago and New York, to inspect the horses he has here in charge of Frank Podesta. Knight announced that yesterday he sold four yearlings to John M. Hutchins. Chicago business executive, and one to Mrs. Monte Weil, whose husband trains the Hutchins horses. Hutchins acquired a bay daughter of Blue Larkspur and Ample, a bay son of Tiger— Wise Daughter, a black son of Knights Caprice— Lady Marlboro and a bay daughter of Osculator— Aphaona. Mrs. I I Weil secured a chestnut daughter of Easy Mom— Floragina. Aphaona is a half-sister to Easton and Hilltown and the dam of the stakes winner, Valdina Alpha.

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