Richly-Bred Yearlings Purchased in England by P. T. Chinn for a Wealthy Patron of American Racing, Daily Racing Form, 1915-11-04


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1r * ] RICHLY-BRED YEARLINGS PURCHASED IN ENGLAND BY P. T. CHINN FOR A WEALTHY PATRON OF AMERICAN RACING ., i i I i , . j , , | , j i j i i , i Baltimore. Md.. Novemlier S. — Dver one hundred thoroughbreds, many of them from the most fashionable families in the English Stud Book, have lieen brought to this country during the past few months. Their advent should help materially to improve the thoroughbred in the Tinted States. Harry Iavne Whitney. Jefferson Livingston. . K. «i. Billings, il. T. Wilson. Howard tlots. Philip T. CI. inn and «:«i rge W. Wingnehl have been liberal purchasers abroad. One of the last consignments to arrive from the other side were eight yearlings purchased in Kugland by J. Butters and consigned to Philip T. Chlnn. These youngsters were transferred direct from the boat to an express car and immediately shipped to Palmetto Park at Charleston. S. C. where they will lie wintered. It is understood that Mr. Chinu has associated himself with one of the greatest tinaciers in Wall street, who has given him unlimited credit to go abroad and select material for a high-class racing establishment. The name of this gentleman has not been made public and it is even doubtful if the horses will race under his name: at least for the present. The eight yearlings that were brought over a few weeks aw» are really only the foundation for what is intended to lie n great racing establishment, for ar the conclusion of the Maryland meetings. Mr. Chinn has l»een commissioned fa return to r.nglaml to attend the December sales and make extensive purchases of weanlings, broodmares and a couple of high-bred stallions for his patron. Negotiations are already in progress for the leasing of a large farm adapted lo st.*ck raising in the vicinitv of New Vork and on their arrival from the other side these horses will be quartered there. The British Bloodstock Agency. Ltd.. has forwarded to Mr. Chinn tabulated pedigrees and family details of the vearlings which Butters purchased in Kugland for this new racing concern. They show-that the youngsters have been selected with great care and from fashionable families. Individually thev are a grand looking lot and much superior to sonic that have l»eeu brought over recently. Two of then, are from the Xo. •"". family, one a bay filly bv Joe Chamberlain— Maud Primrose, ami the other a bay or brown colt by Bachelors Double — First Over. The first-named was foaled March 8 and the hitter April .!. Two of the others are by the tlallinnle stallion Santry. winner of the Aslley Stakes. Michaelmas Stakes and Portland Plate at DMKaater and two Biennials at Ascot, and second lo Book Sand in the Hardwicke Stakes in which he iM.-it the great Sceptre three lengths. Santry was also second in the Cambridgeshire Stakes to Velocity, to which lie conceded thirty pounds. Both of the get of Santry are colts, one a chestnut out ! of Symington Toll and the other a hay out of Mir- J field. The former is from Xo. U family and the latter from No. lo. A l ay filly, family Xo. .*. by Lemberg — Love j Chase, is one of the gems of this lot. She was bred , by Mr. F. W. Dunn and was foaled April UL Lemberg was the winner of 04. 79.1 in England and his , victories included the Derby. Xew Stakes. Middle Park Plate and the St. James Palace Stakes at and the Coronation and Doncaster Cups. Lem-lierg went to the stud in IMS at a fee of 300 guineas. Love Chase is the dam of Monks Flight, winner of eight races in Belgium and sister to Stir-nip Cup. which won nine races and was a producer of winners when retired to the stud. Love Chase is by the great Melton out of Sterling Love, one of the best br.Kidmares in England. Besides these horses Mr. Chinn has eigth of the j Jefferson Livingston two-year-olds. Some of these , have shown up well enough in their trials during the past summer to warrant the belief that they are much above the ordinary. One of them. Colonel Vennie. heat a band of good youngsters at Laurel ! on Saturday when he won a mile race in 1:40. a splendid performance for a two-year-old considering ! that the track was not at its best. The Livingston two-year-olds will be retired for the year at the conclusion of tlie Maryland meetings and will go into winter quarters at the W. S. Payne farm near Lexington, Ky. The pedigree of the filly by Lemlierg — Love .base will be especially interesting to students of breed- | ing and is as follows: _. . Bond Or 1 J Doncaster 5 [Bona ,„ Vista 4 i i Rouge Bose f MM. 0 j Ch- 1S09 I Vista i Macaroni 14 Isonomy 19 i s,e,h"K :,- 12 I Arcadia I I*o!a Bella 10 1 c" 1S87 . Ion:,eriI.oo-• Iistant »«• B2S? • £ I r Bay ll»0i • • • • Lands ■ End ; c . Vedette 19 i E?*«25 2 | f f Galopin 3 J, 1 Mrs- Kidgway B« I S Br. 1872 / Flying Duchess ... J Elying Dutchman.. 3 a " Calicia J | Merope 2 it:,V ,W,S Isonomy 10 j *««""£ 12 o „• I I sola Bella S _ Isoletla j .~ , Bay UN /Lady Muncaster .. M nneaster 10 H — i v Blue Light ti *" tA - Lord Ronald 7 j Stock well 3 Si r Master Kildare ..3 | Edith . I 1 Lh. lS7o I Silk jPlum Pudding 3 Bfi f Melton S.| Judy Go pq r,av 1SS2 f ScottislT Chief P •! r-*nl of tn« Isles.. 4 I. Videt Melrose ...i Miss Ann , _ Bay 1S7o Violet J Thormanby 4 L Love Chase .. 1 Woodbine Bav ISM , 1 I Buccaneer 14 J Wild Dayrell 7 J /-See Saw fiJ ». of Lit. R. Rover. . IbiylSti.-. M p JBroeket 1 k Sterling „ ,. Love, j Protection Br. mm _ Sterling 12 J Oxford 12 - 1 True Love 1 Whisper Bay 1S S carine Stock well 3 Mayonaise The colt hv Bachelors Double— First Over is well regarded in England. Lady Morgan the grand thought of. Bachelors Double won the Irish Dei by. dam of First Over was the . Jam of Kupcrra Alio Royal Hunt Cup and the City and Suburban way. Tredegar Lady Bothw ell. Morgiana and Mor- eap. He was unbeaten in his two year old form, ganette. the latter the dam of t.altee More and This voung stallion had four winners the pr.-sent Ard Patrick, Derby winners and each of which year, which won seven races and bin stock is highly sold for over 00,000. Bend Or 1 Boncaster 5 Kendal ....... .10 J Rouge Rose fi Ch. 1SS3 J Windermere i Macaroni 14 Miss Agnes Hermit 5 Newminster 8 g I LSt. Marguerite ..J Seclusion e Bachelors I Ch. 1S70 j Derotion J Stockwell 3 * f I ouble ...21- Alcestts N " 1900 I Isonomy 19 ,*,""*• 12 J •o . r Le Xoir n 20 J Isola Bella il LLadv Bawn ..J " "" Knavery j *"IU°r l™*™ • 2 Ch. 1902 1 tjrf 1 Kislier 4 J Buccaneer 14 2 iMMr J Mineral gv Bay ISSti j .. I ° A,onc „ ] D. of Y. Melbourne. . || c.aiopin .. vciette »| SS?B5nmr**" 5 r I Flying Dutchman.. 3 I PS h]y,ng pi*in* n„,.i.«c« "nchess . . S- f Pioneer 10 J J, Merope :r ,KVU I 8 i « .Hermit »*532fi?" © , Ulis.rhen * II.*!." , t. Firs I Over ... Br. 1873 J Sister to Ryshwth i Skirmisher 2 Baj P.MMi i ertunina ■ Sterling 12 i "?.f?rd 12 • r Doubloon 27 J 1 « hlsDpr • ! Br. ists.3 1 Merry Duchess ... 5 The Duke 12 I Carliiie .. J Mirella Br. 1*»: 1 t Scottish Chief ..12 J Lord of the Isles.. 4 I I Morgiana . ._ J Miss Ann Bay 1874 | Lady Morgan . . . . i Thonnanby 4 I Morgau-la-Faye .... -

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