Young Kings Abbey Mare in W. W. Naylor Dispersal, Daily Racing Form, 1955-06-06


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Toung Kings Abbey Mare 1 In W. W. Naylor Dispersal RIVERSIDE, Calif., June 4. — A young Kings Abbey mare, Abbey Girl, will be one of five daughters of that outstanding sire in the W. W. Naylor and Sons dispersal, to be held at the ranch here Monday afternoon, June 27, under the supervision of the Fasig-Tipton Co. A winner at two, running six furlongs in 1:10%, Abbey Girl will be sold atvthe coming vendue with a chestnut colt by Unbelievable at her side. .Her yearling filly, Able Girl, by the same stallion, will also be among the 17 yearlings to be auctioned at this important summer dispersal. Abbey Girl was bred back to Mehmander. Abbey Girl is a daughter of the fine-producing Sickle Mare, Cut the Cards. The latter produced the winners Class Abbey, Your Deal and Sharp Abbey. Just last May 17 at Belmont Park, Sharp Abbey, now a four-year-old, was a winner over select company.

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