Henslee Buys Three Head, Daily Racing Form, 1952-06-17


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1 1 I * ! I « I I j I c ! c b in j ° ; i a a j j. c $ g h Henslee Buys Three Head MONMOUTH PARK, Oceanport, N. J., June 16.— Jack Delaney, master of the Del-Brier Farms at nearby Shrewsbury, N. J., was a visitor today in company with his wife. Delaney revealed that in a private transaction he recently sold three of his horses to Edward Henslee, a lawyer from Chicago, who is placing the youngsters in charge of trainer Bud Cameron. Involved the sale were Judge Mac, a two-vear- old colt by Neddie— Milos; Princess Goya, juvenile filly by Goya n.— Theia, and a yearling colt by Best Seller— Any Time Anne, thus a half-brother to Villager. Delaney also announced that foaling has been completed at Del-Brier with 14 successful deliveries. The last to arrive was a filly by Best Seller and Marsh Marigold, who is a half-sister to Master Piddle.

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