Bahram-Sweep Myth Colt Among Valdina Arrivals: Males Are Now in Majority At E. F. Woodwards Nursery, Daily Racing Form, 1942-05-11


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Bahram-Sweep Myth Colt Among Valdina Arrivals Males Are Now in Majority At E. F. Woodwards Nursery HOUSTON, Texas, May 9. — Sweep Myth, dam of the stakes winner, Valdina Myth, leading two-year-old filly money-winner of her year, has foaled a bay colt by the im- ! ported stallion, Bahram, the Houston office of Valdina Farms reported. Bahram, undefeated son of the great Blandf ord, now | stands at Walter P. Chryslers North Wales Stud in Virginia and is one of the most j eagerly sought stallions in the country. [With only three crops to race, Bahram talready has established himself as a leading progenitor and high hopes are held for the colt from Sweep Myth. Valdina Spy and Valdina Madcap, two, I expensive yearling purchases and now, brood mares, both produced their first foals, ■ Valdina Spy, a daughter of Sun Briar— War Grey, by Man o War, which cost ,500, and Valdina Madcap, a daughter! of Sun Briar — Angry Plume, by Mad Hatter, a ,500 purchase, both foaled black I colts, by Teddys Comet. Valdina Spy has been bred to Knights Caprice and Valdina | Madcap returned to Teddys Comet. Sweep Myth has also been bred to Teddys Comet. JNew Teddys Comet Foals Other recent foals at Valdina, near, Hondo, are: bay filly, by Teddys Comet— | Lady Marlboro, by Sweep; bay filly, by Pet-| [rose — Acquital, by Sweep; black colt, byj ! Teddys Comet — Greedy, by High Time ; " i chestnut colt, by Petrose — Bess Cake, by j [North Star III.; bay filly, by Osculator— j Imperial Polly, by Polymelian; bay colt, by | Osculator — Annedire, by Sweep; chestnut i colt, by Petrose — Galagay, by Sir Gallahad III.; black colt, by Sortie— Captivating, by | John P. Grier. Lady Marlboro and Captivating have been bred to Knights Caprice; Acquital ■ad Greedy to Teddys Comet; Bess Cake. j and Galagay returned to Petrose and Imperial Polly, and Annedire returned to Osculator. Valdina now has 46 foals, 25 colts and j 21 fillies.

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