Fifteen Yearlings at Ashland Stud.: Thomas C. McDowell Has Fine Band of Young Horses, Majority by the Manager., Daily Racing Form, 1918-06-26


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i i , i ; FIFTEEN YEARLINGS AT ASHLAND STUD Thomas C. McDowell Has Fine Band of Young Horses, Majority by The Manager. Lexington. Ky.. June 23. — Major Thomas C. McDowell has at Asiil.iud Stud fifteen yearlings, eight colts and seven fillies, which look like ready money even in war times. X umbered among tfieni are members of The Managers third crop and there is not one by that good sou of Voter — Bracegirdle but pronouncedly carries his impress. The Managers far outshine the get of any of the outside stallions to which the major sent his mares two years back. Among the colts, the sons of Ellen-a-Dale and Gossip. iMftli chestnuts by The Manager, stand out most prominently. It is difficult to choose between the in. Each is the second foal of his dam and both Iiossess highly attractive conformation and present evidence of unusual quality. Xext best of the colts is the son of The Manager — Lucy locket. He is an upstanding chestnut and a brother to Mulor Domo. for which S. D. Riddle paid ,000 last August at Saratoga. A true Bramble is the bay colt by Sweep — Tenawha, dam of Highbrow, Romp and five other winners. Another attractive colt is the bay son of Duke of Ormonde — Miss Bellamy, half-sister to The Manager and likewise Understudy, the dam of Rout ledge. Four of the fillies, all by The Manager, would do to go into the show ring any when-. Their dams art Ancient, by Cesarion: lima, by Hastings: Alan arka, by Allan-a-Dale. and Applause, by Royal Flush III. Ilinas daughter is bay. The others an- chestnuts. The daughters of lima and Alanarka are granddaughters of Mon.:rl;a. dauglrter of lrince of Monaco and Xarka by Macduff. The other yearlings are: Chstnut colt, by The Manager — Caution dam of St. Augustine and daughter of Acushia, dam of IMum: bay colt, by The Manager — Fleeting Fashion; bay colt, by Waterval;-— Dream Girl; bay filly, by Incle — Lady Anne; chestnut filly, by Stalwart — CinlTstudy, and chestnut filly, by Fair Play — Star Cat. The foals at Ashland this year number thirteen, as follows: Chestnut colt, by The Manager — Bios ■asa; bay colt, by Jim Gaffney — Star Jasmine; bay filly, by Incle — Kings Daughter; chestnut colt, by 1eter Quince — Belle of Ashland; bay filly, by The Manager — Little Daughter; bay filly, by Ivan the Terrible — Dream Girl; chestnut colt, by The Manager — Lucy Locket; chestnut filly, by The Manager — Applause; chestnut filly, by Frizzle — Understudy: chestnut filly, by Ballot— Star Cat*, bay filly, by « ick Finnell — Caution, and chestnut filly, by The Manager — Wilful. This last named mare is by The Scribe, an English horse, which was sent from here to Australia, dam Ecstacy, by Ben Strome — Bracegirdle. so the filly, which is quite attractive. is inbred to Peg Woffington, that good daughter of Longfellow — Ballet, to which traces the means of so many of Major McDowells turf successes. The Manager looks exceptionally well at the end of a busy season. To his court this year went thirty-five matrons and ten others were offered and declined.

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