Some Nursery Stud Aristocrats, Daily Racing Form, 1919-10-16


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SOME NURSERY STUD ARISTOCRATS BY EXILE. LEXINGTON, Ky., October 15. "I have lately paid a visit to the Nursery Stud and found something of interest there. Both Hour Glass and Quelle est Belle look well, both average size-black mares. The former has a quite good brother to Hourless at foot and has been on a visit to the Triple Crown winner, Pommern. Hour Glass browa yearling I like well, although his, hocks are a trifle bent, but is a real colt and walks with that easy swinging stride that denotes the race horse. Quelle est Hellos dark bay yearling colt Mrs. Kane thinks thebest, but I cannot agree. He lacks the swing of The other. Quelle est Belie is a real good mare herself in foal to that fast horse, White Eagle, long as a street, plenty, of room, nearly 16.3, just a suspicion of tan about the muzzle and a good tailer, as are all the good brood mares I have ever seen. Fair Play is the best looking big horse anywhere and Hourless is still growing. He has lengthened out a lot since spring.

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