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HarPrice Headley Releases Attractive Statistical Brochure of Beaumont Stud * Booklet Embraces History Of Horses Bred at Nursery For Period of Thirty Years By HUGH J. McGUIRE Staff Correspondent LEXINGTON, Ky., June 13.— An attractive brochure confining interesting statistics of the thoroughbreds of his Beau-rnonj Stud, has just been released by Hal Price Headley. The booklet, or private, catalogue, embraces the winnings of .horses bred at Beaumont since 1921, the winnings each year of the racing stable, lists of stakes winners from the farm, horses in training, mares„ sires and other informative information including pedigrees of stallions and mares and their, racing and produce records. A foreword by Headley advises that Beaumont Farm embraces about 1,900 acres on the Harrodsburg Road and that there are about 1,000 cattle in addition to the thoroughbreds. The list of the winnings of horses bred at Beaumont since .1821 shows a remarkable increase from 7,055 in 1921 to 42,132 in 1950. Top year was 1948 when 94,440 was earned. 1946 and 1949 also topped last years figures. The grand total during the 30-year period reached an impressive ,372,012. . Winnings of/Headleys racing stable during the same period totaled ,466,243. The * best year for the stable was 1946 when earning reached 98,400. There were a dozen winners of 00,000 or more bred or raced by Headley. Topping this list was Mike Hall who amassed 13,-420. Of this list Pellicle, Lithe, Lotowhite and Flood Town still are racing. In addition to the 12 big winners, an even 50 other * stakes winners were, bred or raced by Beau-"mont Farm. A list of the horses in training and of the yearlings of 1950 is included. Five Beaumont stallions are given individual coverage. These are Menow, Pharamond H., Pinebloom, Revoked and Rico Monte. Their records are complete with pedigree, racing records and lists of stakes horses they sired. In the years from 1942 to 1950 the get of Menow won ,594,-208. The sire record of Pharamond H., who now is retired, begins in 1932 and totals ,442,160 in progeny earnings. Revoked, who is owned by Dr. Eslie Asbury and Headley, sent his first crop to, the races last year and these included Remove and Nullify. Rico Monte, owned by Arnold Hanger and Headley, was retired to the stud in 1949, while Pinebloom entered stud in 1950. Beaumont Farm mares listed total 37 and these are all treated individually with their pedigrees, racing and produce records. Topping this list is the grand old matron, Alcibiades, how 24 and retired.