Kentucky Home for Spanish Prince: C. H. Mackays Noted Stallion and Seventeen Mares to be Stationed at Claiborn Stud, Daily Racing Form, 1919-01-07


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KENTUCKY HOME FOR SPANISH PRINCE C. H. Hackays Noted Stallion and Seventeen Mares to Be Stationed at Clciborn Stud. LEXINGTON, Ky., January G. Arthur B. Hancock has received a telegram from Charles F. Hill advising him that his terms for the keep of the stallion Spanish Prince and seventeen mans have been accepted by Clarence H. Mackay and that the thoroughbreds if ill be sent from New Jersey to Claiborn Stud, near Paris, Ky., as soon as Mr. Hancock Is ready to receive them, which will be within a few days. The mares are Audience, Lady Winnifred, Wheat-ear. Courtisane, Queen Tii, Miss Ma hi prop. Melody, Cafe, Manznuita, Balancoire, La Claque, Footlight, Mabel Straus, Lady "K., Fresnay, Junta, Hazel and Blue. J. O. Keene cn Saturday leased to Stephen Black of Franklin County half a dozen thoroughbred mares, including Yerniila, Carmen and Shadfly, for a period-of five years. Kimball Patterson is awaiting cars in which to ship tlie James W. McClelland string, which includes Eternal and The Wanderer, to Hot Springs.

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