Plans Of Kentucky Breeders., Daily Racing Form, 1908-06-18


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PLANS OF KENTUCKY BREEDERS Lexington Ky June 17 The twenty yearlings ten colts and ten fillies selected by James R Keene from the sixtyfive at Castleton Stud to go to England will be shipped from here tomorrow morning and will go on board a steamer tit New York Saturday mmning Major Foxhall A Daln gertield In announcing the list this afternoon said he Was not informed as to Mr Kcenes intentions but thought it most likely these youngsters will be sold EnglandThe at the July sales in England The list is as follows Colts Brown by King ¬ ston Dominoes bay by Disguise Skim brown by Kingston Climax brown by Ben Brush Home Rule chestnut by Voter Handmaid chestnut by St Leonards Lancettc chestnut by Hurst Park Rapture chestnut by Star Shoot Cushat chestnut by Kingston Star Light chestnut by St Leonards IncarnadineFillies Incarnadine Fillies Bay by Monsieur de LOrme Rhodesia chestnut by Kingston Gingham chestnut by Dis ¬ guise Harpsichord chestnut by Voter Geisha bay by Disguise Roselaw brown by Disguise Tsarina bay by Ben Strome Cerito brown by Dis ¬ guise White Rose brown by Ben Brush Mosquito chestnut by Voter Nantch Girl The largest colt in the lot is that out of Skim and the son of Dom ¬ inoes is next in size sizeC C C Rnmsey the Buffalo sculptor arrived here tills morning His mission is to make statues of Rock Sand and Adam the noted English and French stallions at Nursery and Millstream Studs respec ¬ tively tivelyElliott Elliott Cowdin will close his house at Maple hnrst Stud and leave here tomorrow morning for New York where he will remain He has decided to hold his yearlings until September He was ad ¬ vised by friends in New York not to offer them at this time It is said at Elmendorf Stud that there is a likelihood that James B Haggln will order the shipment of fifty yearlings to England for sale Superintendent Kane announced today that he will not ship any of the Nursery Stud yearlings to New York next Monday as was intended Mr Belinont has instructed that some of the yearlings are to b sent to England this fall to be trained trainedGeorge George C Graddy Daytona Stud Versailles will ship ten yearlings to New York Sunday I cant see where I am going to make anything by keep ¬ ing them said he I do not believe the situa ¬ tion is as bad as it is painted

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