Blentigo, Blenheim II Stallion, Dies Suddenly, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-06


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Blentigo, Blenheim II. ] Stallion, Dies Suddenly j FORT SMITH, Texas, May 5. — Watt Reynolds, of- Reynolds Brothers Cattle Co., whose racing stable is at Lincoln Downs under the direction of trainer Clyde Lock-lear. reported here today that Blentigo, the Blenheim II. — Ore the Lead, by Bull Lea, stallion, died suddenly at- the Reynolds nursery south of Weatherford. Wayne Locklcar phoned his employers from the ranch that he believed a twjsted intestine was the cause of death. Blentigo was Watt Reynolds property. He received the young sire as a gift from his friend and fellow townsman, Ralph Lowe, a few weeks ago. The stallion was standing for the second year at the Reynolds Farm. Old Sol, the Heliopolis stallion, and Mr. Chairman. Reynolds home-bred stallion, will be bred to the mares booked to Blentigo.

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