Texas Breeding Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1943-05-13


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Texas Breeding Notes FORT WORTH Texas May 12 Col J O Hart master of Hart Stock Farm Hurst Texas is pleased with pros ¬ pects He has foals out of Royalerta Bucks Pomp Placerta Ldlschen and his favorite saddle mare and all by Pondariel young son of Ariel Pond Lily by Ultimus who made his debut at stud in 1942 when Hart acquired him from the Waggoner estate The Waggoners paid a fancy price for the Ariel youngster in Kentucky but he never got to the races Pondariel has been potent at stud getting every mare he was bred to in 1942 in foal which is something of a record Colonel Hart sent Bucks Pomp to Devil Red Murchison Brothers wellbred son of Sir Gallahad HI out of Dustwhirl therefore half brother to Whirl away for 1944 foaling Lolschen owned by R R Greehlee is booked to Nedayr as is Royalerta a daughter of Royal Ford and regarded as one of the best brood mares in the state Placerta will be bred back to Pondariel Elmer B Boeseke Jr California sports ¬ man and former polo internationalist now in the oil business in West Texas made one of his periodical trips to Fort Worth recently Boeseke who lives in Santa Bar ¬ bara is a great booster for the Golden State in fact the whole West Coast and makes no bones about the fact that Slide Rule owned by the Seattle airplane manu ¬ facturer is his selection for the Derby This fellow has been up there trying for years to win the Derby and this year I be ¬ lieve he can do it with Slide Rule pre ¬ dicted the lean Californian who has fully recovered from the painful leg injury which halted his polo career Reynolds Brothers have sucklings out of Mountain Music Our Crest Rum Girl Belle of Midway and Horn Spring the latter mare a handsome matron by Eter ¬ nal foaling a filly by Proph Risky Reigh and Annoy the latter a good mare by the defunct Insco and the former the dam of Col Goodnight and Block Buster were overdue much to the disappointment of Red McMasters Reynolds Brothers stud master and general manager These two mares are usually on time but this year something threw them off schedule com ¬ mented McMasters Annoy is in foal to Proph and Risky Reigh in foal to Nedayr NedayrMany Many of the delegates to the Southwest ¬ ern Cattle Raisers Association in conven ¬ tion in Fort Worth recently found time to visit some of the thoroughbred arms here ¬ abouts Watt Reynolds convoyed a large group to his place where Proph Lost Cause Blue Train and Gala Hour were paraded Brood mares and foals also were inspected Many visited Top o the Hill to look at Nedayr and Royal Ford and the foals and mares and then journeyed to Arlington Downs now a motor pool for the Eighth Area Command but where the Bluebird Stock Farms breeding stock still is quartered Col J O Hart a member of the association was host to a group Of cowmen and some of his youngsters were galloped Most of the farms racing divi ¬ sions are away but there were enough horses in training on hand to entertain the visitors One often reads of a girl winning a beauty contest but it remained for some horsemen at Coleman Texas to stage a beauty contest for horses The winner was Pirate Gold Palomino stallion owned by the M K Witt ranch near Coleman His reward for catching the eyes of the judges will be to have his picture in full color on the labels put out by Polis and Hagan Rio Grande Valley citrus growers as an embel ¬ lishment of their Palomino brand James D Raines Mexico City thorough ¬ bred breeder who has a string racing now in the Mexican vapital was reelected re ¬ gional director for the Republic of Mexico for the American Quarterhorse Association in Fort Worth Raines has some fleet quarter horses including Ginger Rogers the Mexican champion mare Most of his racing stock which he acquired in Texas has been sold to various Mexican owners ownersMrs Mrs E E Robbins brood mare Florence May with a stud colt by Hypnotist at foot arrived at Arlington recently The mare by Volta will be bred to Nedayr She was vanned from Tulsa Okla The foal is a handsome youngster The mare and foal will be returned at Mrs Robbins nursery later Florence May is the dam of Midall and Midluck recent winners at Oaklawn Two young mares recently were received by Red McMasters head stud groom at Reynolds Brothers for service to Proph the young son of High Time Mary Belle by Ballot whose first foals are now arriv ¬ ing and Gala Hour the King Ranchowned stallion now standing in Tarrant County Both mares are by Navanod winner of the W T Waggoner Memorial Handicap and are out of Aida Marie by Axenstein and Lydabelle by Pillory Neither was raced Registration certificates for 1943 foals are now coming put of the office of regis ¬ trar Fred E J Klees of The Jockey Club after the job of registering the record breaking number of foals last year Among the first received in the state were three by Bud Burmester they were for Wongerra by Pharanor out of the Fair Play mare Drat now owned by J O Hart and two Blue Train colts Blanco Blue and Birrong now owned by R S Caldwell Handley breeder State Senator Jesse E Martins new Jemacres Stock Farm near Saginaw is a busy place these days There are several foals there by Out Bound and more are ex ¬ pected In addition Senator Martin has several outside mares booked to the son of Luke McLuke In Bounds by Fair Play Out Bound gained favor when Through Bound began to win stakes

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