Recent Purchases Hope Of Bedwell at Arlington: Used Insurance Money From Fever Losses to Build Up New Stable, Daily Racing Form, 1948-06-12


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Recent Purchases Hope Of Bedwell at Arlington ArlingtonUsed Used Insurance Money From Fever Losses to Build Up New Stable StableARLINGTON ARLINGTON HEIGHTS 111 June 11 H Guy Bedwell veteran Savage Md owner and trainer whose stable was vir ¬ tually wiped out by the New England swamp fever epidemic last year is depend ¬ ing greatly on representatives purchased by insurance money he received after the death of his horses as he prepares for the opening of the Arlington Park meeting on June 21 The most highly insured to fall a victim was the gelding Prognosis a stakes winner who was insured for 40000 According to a ruling of the Internal Reve ¬ nue Department Bedwell was forced either to purchase horses from the insurance money or to pay a high tax taxBecause Because good horses are difficult to ob ¬ tain at any price Bedwell asked for an extension by the Internal Revenue Depart ¬ ment while seeking to augment his de ¬ pleted string It was from the 40000 re ¬ ceived as the result of Prognosis death that he purchased Daily Dip and Supper Date from Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney the price for the pair being 35000 35000Both Both horses are bred in the proverbial purple Daily Dip being a chestnut son of Mahmoud Dipsy Doodle by Equipoise and Supper Date being a chestnut son of Eight Thirty Schwester by Pennant Daily Dip is regarded as the best prospect of the pair He has won one race in five starts this year His last three races were in stakes competition competitionStar Star juvenile of the Bedwell barn is the chestnut son of Lassator May Torch The colt recently was fourth in the William Perm Stakes at Garden State Park and prior to that showed excellent form to ac ¬ count for the Bowie Kindergarten Stakes He also was a winner during the winter at Santa Anita

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