Harry Baker, brown horse, 1922, by Sunstar – Bonaves; which was standing at stud at Mrs. T. M. Murphy’s Golden Maxim Farm, died yesterday, a victim of indigestion. He was owned by William E. Smith, a member of the state racing commission, and was purchased by that patron only three years ago. Although he did not have him insured, Smith regarded him as one of the best stud prospects in this country. Prac- tically all of the Smith mares at Golden Maxim Farm are in foal to him and he has several yearlings and suckling daughters and sons at the same farm. His only two offspring to start last year were winners.

Old home still sweet to woman

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Clark Handicap to Arabs Arrow

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