Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1916-01-11


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF. The first thoroughbred foal of 1910. reported from a California stock farm, was a colt by Joe Carey — Amadorva. foaled January 6, at Lawrence and Corn-stock s Oak wood Farm. A. J. Corey. Covington. Ky., who owns tiic-splen.lid young horse. Transvaal, son of Commando and Royal Rose, has recently insured him for 5,000. while Blackie Daw, by Transvaal, and one of the best of last years juveniles, has been insured for 818,888 by his owner, J. Spencer. The stallions acquired by the Kentucky State Racing Commission, for the purpose of improving the general farm stock of the state, have been sent to the following stations: Ivan Gardner to Henderson; Luke to Paducah: Mad River to Tomp-kinsville: Polarine to Island City: Milan to Hickory. Mirzer to Tyner: Samson to K.lmonton: J. hi W. Chester to Williamsburg; Busy to Banila, and Maga zine to London. Ballet Girl, chestnut mare. l.MMi. by St. Leonaida — Cerito. with yearling bay colt by Sweep, and Star of Benny mede. chestnut mare. 188a, by Stat Shoot — Kniek Knack, with yearling bar fillv 1 y Sweep, property of David ill H lawn of New York: together with Lady Fern, brown mare, 1011. witii yearling bay filly by Trap Rock, property of C. Williams of Philadelphia, were Shipped last week from John S. Barbees [ilea Holt a Stud to Cant. P. M. Walker, Pagebrook Farm. Boyce. a. Ballet Girl and Star of Runnymede are in foal to Sweep, while Lady Fern was bred last year to Peep oDay.

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