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Identifier: breedersportsma501907sanf
Title: Breeder and sportsman
Year: 1882 (1880s)
Subjects: Horses
Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : [s.n.]
Contributing Library: San Francisco Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: California State Library Califa/LSTA Grant

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to a fine bay filly thatis a full sister to Helen Norte 2:09%, trotting, andto Magladi 2:10%, winner of last years BreedersFuturity for three-year-old pacers. Another fullsister is Reina del Norte, that got fourth money inthe two-year-old trotting division of the BreedersFuturity last year. The new arrival is said to bean exact picture in miniature of her sister, HelenNorte. Laurelia is destined to be one of the greatbroodmares of the Coast. The two-year-old filly Bessie T., whose pictureappears on this page, is by Zombro 2:11 and is own-ed by Mr. J. H. Torrey of Long Beach, Los Angelescounty. She recently worked a mile in 2: 30 over theLos Angeles track, and as she is entered in theBreeders Futurity is considered one of the mostlikely prospects for a money winner. Zombro istruly a great sire of speed and good looks, as fromevery part of the coast reports come every week ofhis get that are not only attracting attention onaccount of their speed, but also for their handsomeconformation.

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A Zombro Two-Year-Old. Prince Direct 2:07, better known on this coast asFreddie C, will be raced this year by W. T. Rogersof Lewistown, Ohio. He is making a season in thestud, but will be put in condition for racing, andas he is sound and all right he should get a shareof the money. The young stallion Lord Dillon 359S7, owned byDr. J. J. Summerfield of Santa Rosa, is bred inthe purple and is a fine individual. Lord Dillon metwits an accident and broke one of his hind legswhen a colt, but Dr. Summerfield reduced the frac-ture and had the satisfaction of seeing the bonesunite and the colt recover the use of the limb.There are no better bred ones than this young stud,he being by the great Sidney Dillon out of Roblet2:12, dam of Bonalet (3) 2:09% by Robin, seconddam the great broodmare Eveline, dam of Ole 2:10%,Roblet 2:12 and three others, by Nutwood. Evelineis the dam of Maud Fowler 2:21%, dam of SonomaGirl, matnee record 2:07, etc. VETERINARY DEPARTMENT. What would you advise to do wit

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Date: 2014-07-30 17:38:24

bookid:breedersportsma501907sanf bookyear:1882 bookdecade:1880 bookcentury:1800 booksubject:Horses bookpublisher:San_Francisco__Calif_____s_n__ bookcontributor:San_Francisco_Public_Library booksponsor:California_State_Library_Califa_LSTA_Grant bookleafnumber:313 bookcollection:americana BHL Collection

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