Expect Drymon Colt To Draw Attention: Requested--Artistic Rose Youngster Is Second to Enter Keeneland Salesring, Daily Racing Form, 1951-06-20


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Expect Drymon Co ft u To Draw Attention Requested-Artistic Rose Youngster Is Second to § Enter Keeneland Salesring z LEXINGTON, Ky., June 19. — Buyers J who are interested in a colt that may top C the consignment of Ira Drymon at the 2 Keeneland Summer Sales will have to be c on hand early for the youngster is second n on the list on Opening day afternoon on c Monday, July 30. The yearling is a hand- * some chestnut by Requested from the good mare Artistic Rose, by Challenger H. Ar- . tistic Rose was secured from the late W. jj; L. Brann when she failed to stand train- c ing at a time when she was considered as 2 a rival for Branns gallant mare Gallorette. £ Her first foal is Fair Appraisal, now rac- C ing creditably. Her second foal is a two- year-old filly named Bay Rose, by Sir " Gallahad HE who is being shipped this «-week to trainer Howard Wells at Chicago £ to ace in Drymons colors. This year she „ had a colt foaled by Polynesian from whom Drymon expects great results. She now is c in foal to Pavot. Artistic Rose was a good winner at two and again at three while d carrying Fair Appraisal. i Mare Is From Selima Winner Another interesting colt in the Drymon consignment is a robust son of Roman— Captivation, by Stimulus. Captivation is from the Selima winner Laughing Queen. This is her.second foal, the first being a winner. The colt is on the large size for a Roman and is of the family of Algasir and • Aunt Jinny. , The third , colt in the Drymon lot is by Amphitheatre — Glorious Star, by Challenger n and has the appearance of an excel-" lent individual. A brown filly by Bernborough — Challe-queen is an average size miss, compact and thim. A brown Spy Song filly is from Fan-tamos, by Challenger II. This youngster is a smooth, tidy filly with broad hind quarters. Fantamos is a full sister to the stakes winners Vincentive and Challephen. In the Drymon consignment all the yearlings are by different sires and are from good mares. Mrs. Frank G. Dickey; who is Drymons daughter, will offer avery attractive filly by Reaping Reward— Challedean. This miss is the first foal of her dam and, though larger than the other two fillies in the Drymon lot, retained her femininity with a longer neck and a very fine head.

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