Comden Plans for 1922: Will Keep Hartland Stud Youngsters for His Own Stable, Daily Racing Form, 1921-07-09


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CAMDEN PLANS FOIR 1922 Will Keep Hartland Stud Youngsters for His Own Stable. Twenty-Six Yearlings Are to Be Broken and Trained by Oal Milam During Summer. LEXINGTON. Ky.. July 8. Johnson X. Camden, former United States senator, new chairman of the Kentucky State Racing Commission and president of the Kentucky Jockey Club, has decided . to have his twenty-six yearlings now at the Hart-land Stud on his Spring Hill Farm in Woodford Country trained with a view to racing them in his own colors and they will come to the I-cxington track for their first lessons late in the forthcoming summer. They will, of course, be broken under the supervision of J. C. Milam, who for several years has handled the Hartland Stud output. The yearling band is divided as to sex ten colts and sixteen fillies. Strangely enough, the number of foals this year itt the Hartland Stud is twenty-six, and the order as to sex is just the reverse of that of last year sixteen colts and ten fillies. One of the fillies, however, is the property of judge Allic W. Young. This filly is by Light Brigade Santa Susanna, therefore a sister to Scottish Chief, a three-year-old purchased several weeks ago from judge Young by John Shaughnessy of New York. Santa Susanna is by Top Gallant Miss Laudeman, by Hanover. Eleven of Senator Camdens colts and eight of Ills fillies are by his stallion Light Brigade, son of Pictou Orvieto Bend Or and Bridge of Sighs, by Isinglass Isonomy Sterling, dam Santa Brig-ida.fby St. Simon, she from Bridget sister to Melton. Inasmuch as Pietous dam, Hecuba, is by Isonomy. Light Brigade is inbred to that first-class horse, twice a winner of the Ascot Cold Cup, likewise winner of the Ascot Cold Vase, Coodwood Cup. Doncaster Cup. Manchester Cup, Brighton Cup and the Cambridgeshire and Great Ebor Handicaps. Tour colts and one filly are by Peter Quince, son of Commando Fair Vision, by Touehet. dam Enchantress, by Scottish Chief, she from Lady Love, by Blair Athol. Since the impressive performances of Miss Joy, the book of Peter Quince for 1922 is rapidly filling, :is per statement of Thomas B. Jon-s, at whose place near Lexington he stands under a leasing arrangement from Senator Camden. The other foal is a colt by Olambala One Step dam of Pekoe and Tulwar, by Oddfellow, dam Bewitcher half- sister to Hindoo Rose, by The Commoner. The following is a list of the foals by Light Brigade: Bay colt from Cynthia dam of Adelia W.. Airdrie and Happy Buxton, by Oddfellow, dam Trent, by Trenlon. Chestnut colt from Yolanda dam of Honeydew and Brigadier General, by St. Florian. dam Involved, by Prince Hampton or Royal Hampton. Bay colt from Alsace a winner and Iialf-sister to Atalanta and Bettina, by Wrack, dam Ecata-rina, by Commando. Bay colt from Atalanta winner at two years old of seven races and half-sister to Alsace and Bettina,, by Uncle, dam Ecatarina. by Commando. Chestnut colt brother to Rangoon from Lar-della dam of Dr. Samuel, Dr. Moore. March Wind and Rogers, by Luckford, dam Clio, by Rayon lOr. Chestnut colt brother to Fallacy and half brotlicr to Commander McMeekin, from Fallal half-sister to One Step, by Ben Brush, out of Bewitcher, by The Commoner. Chestnut colt from Hermosa half-sister to Wheelwright anil Bellita, by Oddfellow, dam My Beauty, by Ladas. Bay colt from Lady Rotha winner of twenty-three races in five seasons, by Golden Maxim or Fayette, dam Sandy Bar. by Carbine.. Bay colt from Tanagra, by Ben Brush, from Tunisia dam or Lady Always, by Mazagan. Chestnut colt from Derna, by Peter. Quince, dam Tunisia, by Mazagan. Brown colt from Five Aces, by Disguise, dam Anomaly, by Bend Or. Brown filly from Hindoo Rose dam of Heliosj, by Hindoo, out of Janie Clay, by Teuton or Sir Dixon. Brown filly from Heliosis dam or Helium, by Star Shoot, out of Hindoo Rose, by Hindoo. Chestnut filly from Rosa Mundi, by Plaudit, dam Hhidoo Rose, by Hindoo. Bay filly sister to Fair Phantom and half-sister to Phantom Fair from Bellita. by Ben Brush, dam My Beauty, by Uidan. Brown filly sister to Prodigy from Salin half-- sister to Casuarina. Lunghorne. Marse Henry and Madras, by Peter Quince, dam Xuns Cloth, by Melton. Bay filly from Sard, by Ben Brush, dam Jane Eyre, by Ayrshire. Brown filly from Crackle half-sister to Solly, by Ben Brush, dam Miss Finch, by Scmpronuin. Bay filly from Enigma sister to Lorraine and half-sister to Luke, by Ben Brush, dam Amy J., by Baudoran. The following are the foals by Peter Quince: Chestnut colt half-brother to Darjeeling rrom Muriel dam of Valor, by Watercress, dam Mrs. Delaney. by St. Simon. Bay colt from Honeydew, by Ben Brush, dam Yolanda. by St. Florian. Bay colt from Rima sister to Plevna and half-sister to Miss Joy, by Ben Brush, dam Proud Daisy, by Pride. Bay colt from Bunchy half-sister to Tussock-Grass, winner in England, by Llangwm, dam Bunch Grass, by Sainfoin sire of Rock Sand. Bay filly from Involved granddam of Honeydew and Brigadier General, by rrrnce Hampton or Royal Hampton, dam Sic. Adresse, by St. Simon. She is out of Plnisaiitcrie, winner of sixteen race value combined over S55.00.I and granddam of Tracery, winner of 98,5M in England and sold in February. HUM, by Major Augum Belmont to Senor S. J. Unzue of Argentine Republic for 79,070. It will be noted that eight of these foals are from daughters of Beu Brush, ami tsince the great son of Bramble was never in strong request as r. broodmare sire it will be interesting to follow the performances of these youngsters. Five of the foals trace to Janie Clay, they being the fillies from Hindoo Rose and her daughters. Heliosis and Rosa Mundi, and the colts from Fallal and One Step, daughters of Bewitcher. Two each of the foals are from daughters of Tunisia, Ecatarina and aty Beauty, while there is something quite out of the ordinary in having foals from three generations of males simultaneously on the farm us happens in the case of Honeydew, daughter of Yolanda, duugu-ter of Involved,

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