Coming of Poymelian Opportune, Daily Racing Form, 1919-10-07


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COMING OF P0LYMELIAN OPPORTUNE LEXINGTON. Ky., October C Polymelian, one of the fastest horses seen out in recent years, will stand for service next season in Kentucky and will be in use as a sire presumably at Phil T. Chinns Ilimyar Stud. John Miller, 011 his last trip from the east, was unable to find space for the horse, which was recently returned from Wyoming by Mr. W. R. Coe. Last year Polymelian, 129 pounds up. defeated Sun Briar three-quarters of a mile in 1:10 and carried the stiff impost of 140 pounds to victory in his final appearance in public at Saratoga, Polymelia, sire of Polymelian, lias three times headed the English winning sire list, and Polymelians dam, Pasquita, is half sister to that stout campaigner. Dean Swift, by Sundridge. In every way the coming of Polymelian is most opportune.

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