Be Frank Proved Good Investment, Daily Racing Form, 1919-01-17


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BE FRANK PROVED GOOD INVESTMENT Re Frank, one of the good two-year-old developments of Maryland fall racing, and a gelding that promises to become one of the prominent three-year-olds, in so far as long distance running goes of the season of 1919, cost S1.500 at public auction. Re Frank Is a son of Sir John Johnson Frankness, and his owner, Cornelius Garrison, proprietor of the Calumet Stable, recently set a price of 5,000 on the gelding, but stated at the time that he was not anxious to sell even at that figure. Be Frank won over ,000 last year, and his trainer, William Jennings, is of the opinion that he will add considerably to that total during the racing of this year.

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