Promising Sire Terry Dies: Succumbs to Infection at Stoney Farm in South Carolina-Sire of Tearout and Mary Terry, Daily Racing Form, 1935-06-27


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l I of o c ■ r 0 of g c c p ! j-j ,j g , v I r j. u » j, by n, * A a *: PROMISING SIRE TERRY DIES Succumbs to Infection at Stoney Farm in South Carolina — Sire of Tearout and Mary Terry. LEXINGTON, Ky., June 26.— Terry, sire the Latonia Derby winner, Tearout; the Clipsetta winner, Mary Terry; the good stakes winner, Teralice, and other successful racers, died Saturday, June 22, at the farm Thomas Porcher Stoney, Moncks Corner, South Carolina, according to a report received today at the remount service purchasing and breeding headquarters here. Blood poisoning, resulting from an injury to the left hind leg, was the cause of the horses death. Terry, foaled in 1924, was by North Star III. — Seamstress, by Start Shoot. He won the only two races in which he started before he bowed a tendon, necessitating his retirement. Owned by S. H. Harris and Max Hirsch, he stood at farms near Lexington until last fall, when he was offered at the Lexington November sales and was bought the remount service for 00. Col. Thomas J. Johnson left Lexington thi3 morning to assume his duties as chief of the remount division of the United States Army. His place as chief of the purchasing and breeding headquarters here has been taken by Capt. Wilkie Burt. ■ -

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