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This month in mid-atlantic thoroughbred history! For Looking Back archives click here.

For the fifth time the great Glade Valley Farm stallion *Challenger II sired the winner of the Maryland Futurity. Nathaniel, owned by Mrs. W.S. Farish’s Lazy F Ranch, was bred and raised by Maryland Horse Breeders Association president Joseph F. Flanagan, who presented the trophy to the winning connections at Laurel.

  • W.W. Vaughan, 74, died at his home in Red Bank, N.J. The senior member of the New York stock brokerage firm of Vaughan & Co., and owner of Oak Glen Farm in Monmouth County, he had been elected the year before at a meeting at Garden State Park as head of a newly formed association of New Jersey breeders representing about 25 farms.

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