Bradley Becomes Maryland Breeder: Three of Matrons Drop Foals There; Youngsters Are Eligible for State Awards; Owner Not Deserting Blue Grass, Daily Racing Form, 1943-05-04


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Bradley Becomes Maryland Breeder Three of Matrons Drop Foals There ThereYoungsters Youngsters Are Eligible For State Awards Owner Not Deserting Blue Grass GrassWALKERSVILLE WALKERSVILLE Md May 3 Col Edward Riley Bradley is a Maryland breeder breederNo No the well known Kentuckian and master of famed Idle Hour Stock Farm near Lexington has not transferred his ac ¬ tivities Due to some of his mares foaling here he is an Old Line State breeder and entitled to awards when and if the produce wins at tracks within the boundaries of the commonwealth commonwealthBradley Bradley has three Maryland foals this year They will be eligible to races for such horses in 1945 and thereafter As the three mares will be bred this season to Challenger n it may be that next year Bradley will have Marylandbred and foaled produce produceThe The three foals out of the mares By Appointment Baby League and Beanie M were recently dropped at William Leavitt Branns Glade Valley Farm near here where stands Challenger II IIAlthough Although in Bradleys case the foals are considered Maryland foals because of be ¬ ing dropped here that classification does not always hold good for foals in this state After all foals dropped in the state are registered with the Maryland Horse Breeders Association a committee of that organization passes on the registration If it appears that mares due to foal were sent here merely for the purpose of drop ¬ ping produce in the state so the breeder would be eligible to a bonus the applica ¬ tion for registration is denied deniedTwo Two Classes of Awards AwardsIn In Maryland two classes of races en ¬ title a breeder to an award One is for Maryland foals meaning a foal dropped in this state regardless of where conceived while the other is for only Marylandbred The latters status is that of a foal being the produce of mares served in Maryland MarylandThe The three Bradleyowned and bred Maryland foals are as follows Chestnut filly by Trace Call By Appoint ¬ ment by Burgoo King Chestnut filly by Jamestown Baby BabyLeague League by Bubbling Over Chestnut colt by Jamestown Beanie M by Black Toney ToneyOf Of the three mares Beanie M is the best known being a stake winner Her most important triumph was in the 1935 Matron Stakes in which she took the measure of Victorious Ann Split Second and others A tenyearold she is by Black Toney from North Star ms daughter Betty Beall BeallThe The other two mares are relatively young By Appointment a sixyearold is an unraced daughter of Burgoo King Blind Date by Black Toney while Baby the noted Bimelech and Black Helen Baby i League was a winner as a twoyearold After being bred tp Challenger II the mares probably will be returned to Ken ¬ tucky

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