Bradley Cracks in Stud: Broadway Jones and Bagenbaggage Limited to Ten Mares Each at Fee of 00., Daily Racing Form, 1927-04-18


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BRADLEY CRACKS IN STUD Broadway Jones and Bagenbag- gage Limited to Ten Mares Each at Fee of 00. LEXINGTON, Ky., April 1G— William Hurley reached the Kentucky Association tra k with his division of the Idle Hour Farm Stable today. In this shipment were Poo. the Louisiana Derby winner and candidate for the Kehtueky Derby. Hroadway Jones, Hagenbaggage and several others. Broadway Jones and Hagenbaggage were immediately sent to Olin Centry, who looks .after the breeding affairs at Idle Hour Farm, and announcement was made this afternoon that both these horses are to go into the stud at once, limited to ten mares each at a fee of 00 with return privilege for next year. Manager Harry Shannon of Idle Hour Farm, returned last night from Cincinnati, and is busy getting into his new home, whieh is on the new addition to Idle Hour Stock Farm, which Col. Bradley purehased last year from C. C. Patrick and which formerly was known as Highland Stock Farm.

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