Sires of Two-Year-Old Winners: Sweep Heads the List with Nine Successful Rep Resentatives - Peter Quince and Runny-Mede, Daily Racing Form, 1921-08-10


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SIRES OF TWO- YEAR-OLD WINNERS SWEEP HEADS THE LIST WITH NINE SUCCESSFUL REPRESENTATIVES PETER QUINCE AND RUNNYMEDE HAVE THE TWO STARS OF THE YEAR, MISS JOY AAD MORVICH Sweep, the fourteen-year-old sou of Ben Brush and grandson of Domino, still maintains his pride of place at the top of the list of stallions of winning two-year-olds of the present year. From January 1 to and Including the racing of July 30 Sweep has been represented by nine winning two-year-olds, which have won sixteen races and 29,058. Nancy F. is the largest monetary winner of the Sweeps, while Cnre-taker has won the" largest number of races. There is n tie for second place, Atheling II and Zeus each sending eight winning two-year-olds to the races during the first seven months, of the year. Then come four stallions Dick Finnell, Jack Atkln, Peter Quince and AAraek each with seven winning representatives, followed by Ballot, Brummel, Celt, Light Brigade, Runnymede, Uncle and Aon Tromp, each witli six winners. In those two groups are the two foremost juveniles of the year. Miss Joy, the daughter of Peter Quince, and Morvich, the son of Runnymede. This pair has not as yet met, and their anticipated clash next Saturday at Saratoga has aroused intense interest, not only at the Spa, but everywhere where i-acing is popular. Sires with five winning two-year-olds to their credit include Delhi, Friar Rock, Granite, Honeywood, Ormondale, Short Grass and Ultimus, while Assagai, Boots and Saddle, Frizzle, Golden Maxim, Harrigan, Helmet, Jim Gaffney, Luke McLuke, North Star III., Olambaln, Pataud and Star Shoot have four each. To Light Brigade goes the distinction of having sent to the races the largest money-winning two-year-old to date in the speedy Fair Phantom, which has won four races and 2,205. The complete list of sires of winning two-year-olds, with the records of their sons and daughters, In the racing of 1921 from January 1 to and including. July 30 is here presented:

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