Blue Grass Breeding News: Eleven Mares Have Foals by Atwell-Newtondale Stables Colors, Daily Racing Form, 1923-04-09


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BLUE GRASS BREEDING NEWS Eleven Mares Have Foals by Atwell — Newtondale Stables Colors. LEXINGTON. Ky.. April S.— Howard Oots today stated that eleven mares have toals by his stallion Atwell and that nine of them have colts as against two with fillies. One of the colts is a chestnut son of his own young Peter Pan mare Panella. Oots reports that Stamps has a grand looking bay filly by Troutbeck and that Moselle has a chestnut filly. Miss Malaprop has a colt by Maintenant at Joseph K. Wideners Elmendorf Farm. It measured thirty-five inches girth and forty-three inches high at birth. Tripping dam of Step Lightly, has a brown colt by Hourless and goes to High Time. Tripping and her foal are owned by Miss Elizabeth Daingerfield. Hadhervvay. which was purchased by Jouett Reed at the Hewitt dispersal sale, died while foaling to Helmet and the foal was also lost. Dimity, by The Commoner, died a few days ago at Kempland Farm and her bay foal by-Spanish rrince II. is now at Idle Hour Stock Farm, where it is being mothered by Sw et Alice dam of Busy Signal, which lost her foal a few days ago. The Newtondale stable, the owners of which are Charles W. Leonard of Boston, widely known breeder of trotting horses, his son Edgar W. Leonard of New York, and their relative. Miss Mary Goodloe Leonard, daughter of Andrew G. Leonard of Lexington, has registered "cherry jacket, white sleeves, sash and cap," to be the colors under which its horses are to run. The horses of the Newtondale Stable now are five two-year-olds in the barn of Major Thomas C. McDowell at the Kentucky Association course, they being: Ale homy. eh. f. Iiy afant.d*Or Reveries. Impressive, eh, c, by Manager Watte Helle of Ash- Isai. Gehtleaf . ch. f. Iiy Tlie Manager — Applause, .loymaker. i r. f. Iiy .lack Atkin -Knn.nla. Niagara. I r. f. Iiy The Finn — Shallow Water. W. W. Darden has shipped the filly Porch Climber, by George Smith— Nannie Hodge, and the mare Lady Champ, by Ivan the Terrible — Mrs. Sewall, from Nashville to Louisville to be trained by "apt. B. C. Bunbury. He also sent to Lexington the mares March Droll and Viola Guild to be bred to Cudgel, ll°gro to Boniface and Lucky Liz to Under Fire. The three-year-old fillies High Queen, by Delhi — Sun Queen, by Bock Sand, and Missile, by Tncle— Estimate, by Sir Dixon, have been purchased from Dr. John S. McGinnis by Phil T. Chinn and have been sent to Himyar Stud to be bred. Charles W. Leonards Raindrop, by Main-tenon, has a chestnut colt by. Sandy Hook. Uaindrop goes to Omar Khayyam this year.

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