Pelican Stable Youngsters: Oil Man and St. Eustace Reputed as Best of Band at Havre de Grace., Daily Racing Form, 1921-04-10


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PELICAN STABLE YOUNGSTERS Oil Man and St Eustace Reputed as Best of Band at Havre de Grace HAVRE DE GRACE Md April 9 The two yearolds of the stable of W H Rowe of the western Louisiana and eastern Texas oil fields that are quartered here are recruits from the Edward F Simms and James W McClelland stable That organization sold part of its 100 yearlings of lOlIO to Rowe and Harry F Sinclair SinclairOil Oil Man is the most highly tried of the Rowe youngsters He was bred by Edward R Bradley Mr Rowe intended to race Oil Man at Bowie but the colt bucked his shins and had to be put by St Eustace is a brother to Ralco and he resembles that fast but not dependable son of Rock View Itlack Mantilla in everything save color St Eustace is easily the second best of the stable stableHere Here is the breeding of the Pelican Stable two yearolds yearoldsOil Oil Man ch c by North Star III Bandello by Kingston KingstonSt St Eustace ch c by Rock View Black Man ¬ tilla by Sain SainQuick Quick Run ch f by Thco Cook Dixie by Ogden OgdenVeiled Veiled Colleen ch f by The Finn Scenery by Sain SainForge Forge Ahead ch c by Vulcain Mixed Color by Hastings HastingsHyperbole Hyperbole br f by Jack Atkin Land League by Voter VoterDesperation Desperation b f by Yankee Largo by Sem pronius proniusTheodosius Theodosius blk c by Theo Cook Tigella by Celt CeltDissolute Dissolute ch c by Theo Cook Marian Gay by Celt CeltGondolier Gondolier ch c by Alvcscot Rosalie by Oiscau or SemproniusConsul Sempronius Consul b c by Ferole Ruche by Hastings

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