Seek Home for Friar Rocks Mates, Daily Racing Form, 1921-08-25


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SEEK HOME FOR FRIAR ROCKS MATES LEXINGTON, Ky., August 24. George II. Strate, representing John II. Rosseter, Wikiup Ranch, Cal., arrived here this morning from Saratoga to make arrangements for a farm oii which to keep about fourteen mares, the property of his employer, and to be bred next year to Friar Rock, owned in partnership by John H. Rosseter and John E. Madden, and now at Hamburg Place. Strate will look at half a dozen places, all Uf the vicinity of Hamburg Place, which is on Winchester Pike. Polk Laffoon of Covington and J. S. Ownbey of Latonia are here today looking at horses in training and yearlings. Ownbey stated that he has purchased Colored Boy from Kay Spence and has him, with eight others, in his string at Latonia. Charles II. Berryman left last night for a business trip to New York to satisfy a keep bill of ,400 held by Thomas B. Jones. The mares Rose Pompon and Red Rose and their yearling chestnut colts by Tony Bonero and foals by Tony Bonero are advertised to be sold by the sheriff of Fayette County at Crystal Springs Farm the liioniiii-; of September 3. A

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