Kentucky Youngsters for Racing: News from the Breeding Farms-Mares Selected for Mating with Polymelian, Daily Racing Form, 1919-11-02


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c, l; y ; I J I 0 f, c J J i i , i i 1 1 s j 1 s ; ; : i : i . . KENTUCKY YOUNGSTERS FOR RACING . News from the Breeding Farms Mares Selected for Mating with Folymelian. LEXINGTON, Ky , November 1. William C. Goodloe has at London, near Lexington, five yearlings and a half dozen weanling thoroughbreds. The yearlings, with one exception, have been broken by Phil Waters and will be turned over to James II. Baker Monday. It is yet to be determined whether or not they will be raced at New Orleans. The four that have been broken are: Crack o Dawn, ch. c, by The Manager Shuck II.. by Jean Bcrcaud. Radio, b. c, by The Manager Clara Louise dam of Shuck II.. by Ben Strome. Marine Corps, ch. c, by Frontenac Julia Crennan, by Bel Demonio. Grace Minard half sister to Katie Canal, br. by Frontenac Roses. The unnamed and unbroken yearling is the brown colt by Jim Gaffnoy Clip Hook, by Watercress, which was presented to- Mr. Goodloe by his cousin, Lucas B. Combs. Grace Minard is speedy. She has worked an eighth, in 11 seconds. The Goodloe weanlings are: Chestnut colt, by Ballot Shuck II., by Jean Bereaud. Brown colt, by Sweep Biscayne, by Rensselaer. Brown colt, by .Cunard Trustworthy, by Ogden. Chestnut colt, by Frizzle Elizabeth Payton, by Goldcrest. Black filly, by Hessian Met Mexican, by Mexican. Brown filly, by Caugh Hill Katy of the "vvest dam of Hermis, by Spendtlirif t. Lucas B. and L. Brownell Combs have at Belair Farm, the home place of their father, Hon. Leslie Combs, a former minister to Peru, a half dozen fashionably-bred weanlings, three of them being by Ultimus out of good mares. They are as follows: Bay filly, bv Ultimus Reflex, by Sir Dixon, second dam Kentucky Belle II. sister to Hanover. -Bay filly, by Ultimus Mattie C, by Out of Reach. Chestnut colt, by Ultimus Lauretta Stolworthy, by Stalwart. Chestnut filly, by The Manager Kin Rose half-sister to Pennant and Iron Mask, by Kingston. Brown colt, by Black Toney Whisk Broom, by Broomstick. Chestnut filly, by Plaudit Avon II. dam of David Craig, by Avington. There are twenty mares at Belair, all well selected, which are to lie mated next season with popular sires. Their young owners are grandsons of Robert A. Swigert. who had a part in the making of American turf history. The brown colt yearling by Chuctanunda Little Fraud in the Chinn-Waterbury stable, having developed a weakness in the knees, has been fired and gelded, and will be turned out for the winter. Dr. Finch a few days ago performed an operation on the throat of the two-year-old Al Porter for the correction of his breathing difficulty. W. C. Clancys Royal Message, which has been running out here, has l?en taken up and will be shipped to New Orleans. E. J. Lynch now is the property of James ONeil, to whom he was presented by O. A. Bianchi. James H. Reed states that Bet. Terentia, Cushion and Athloue, all the property of W. R. Coe, are to be mated with Polymelian. i

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