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; [ | * : • . i 1 i . i , r r 5 r s 1 s . s f ., 2 r 2 , Thirty-Nine Sires Represented In California Breeders Sale HOLLYWOOD PARK, Inglewood, Calif., June 21. — Thirty-nine stallions are represented by yearling sons and daughters among the 105 future race horses con- signed to the California Thoroughbred Breeders midsummer sale set for July 14 and 15 at Santa Anita Park. Count Speed, who led the nations point percentage of winning juveniles last year with 15 winners out of 18 foals, has six fillies in the sale, all by outstanding dams. Count Speed, a full brother to Count FleetT is the holder of the worlds record for 1 1/16 miles. He stands at the Hertz ranch at Canoga Park. Khaled is another sire represented in the coming sale. Hes the daddy of Big Noise, the Harry James-Betty Grable colt, who last year won the Breeders Championship Stakes and the Del Mar Futurity; Seasons Best, Santa Susana Stakes winner; Nurse o War, Bustamente, Remolacha, Fleet Khal, recent stakes winner; and other thoroughbreds now in the public eye. Free America, a young sire, has eight yearlings in the sale. None of his get are old enough to race yet. Free America is owned by the estate of the late Tom Sim-r mon and John DeBIois Wack. By Blenheim II. and from the noted race mare Colum-t biana, Free America was bred by Calumet Farm. Among other sires represented in the sale are Ajax, Brie a Bac, Bernborough, Dogaway, Dogpatch, Domingo, Double Jay, Fair Truckle, Head Play, Kings Abbey, Mafosta, Old English, Reading H, Russia n. Soon Over, Top Tow, Toubo, Triplicate, With Regards.