Sweep in High Favor with Aste, Daily Racing Form, 1917-09-07


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SWEEP IN HIGH FAVOR WITH ASTE The excellent showing made by Sweeps two-year-olds this year, has created such a demand for his services, that this good young Ben Brush horses book is now practically full for 1918. So impressed was A. L. Aste with the youngsters by Sweeji, that he has booked his entire band of broodmares to him. The band includes: Gold Ten dam of Ten Point, bay, 1902, by Gold-crest Miss Tenny by Penny. Gold Lady, bay, 1904, by Goldcrest Lady Him-mel by Masetto. Gold Maid, chestnut, 1911; by Nasturtium Gold Lady. Eyelet dam of Eyebrow, .Tacquelina, etc., bay, 1900, by St. Andrew Gladeyes by Onondaga. Helen Miller, bay, 1903, by Jean lieraud Formula by Hanover.. Buttonhole dam of Jacquetta, brown, 190S, by Stalwart Eyelet by St. Andrew. Jacquetta, brown, 1913, by Jack Point Button- : hole. Estimate, brown, 1904, by Sir Dixon Reckon, by Pizarro. Edith Inez, bay, 1907, by Jack Point Prinzessin, by St. George. Canastota, bay, 1907, by Royal Emblem Brown Princess, by Prince Charlie. Raiment dam of Marjorie A., Phyllis Antoinette, etc., chestnut, 1902, by Henry of Navarre Lady Rayon, by Rayon dOr. Reflex, bay, 1903, by Sir Dixon Kentucky Belle II.. by Hindoo. Racy, bay, 1912, by Burgomaster Ascension, by Ben Strome. Sand Light, chestnut, 1913, by Rock Sand Lady Rayon, by Rayon dOr.

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