untitled, Daily Racing Form, 1955-06-06


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WINDY CITY II. ..An International Champion OIL CAPITOL * Windy City II. is the only racer to eyer top the two- Mahmoud— Never year-old Free Handicap in three countries — England, ONECOUNT France, and Ireland. Here in America he won two of Count Fleet— Ace Card *our siafi including the San Gabriel and San Felipe *WINDY CITY II. Stakes, and was second to Hill Gail in the Santa Anita •NAHAMltaUnt°B " Derby* He e"tered Stud in 1953 Ca,iforna and h«s Stardust— Queen of *rst oas are now yearlings. Baghdad " Spis-Boot Crown Crests consignment to the 1955 Keeneland PET BULLY Summer Sales will include a filly from *Wjndy City ll.s Petrose— Camelina first crop. She is out of Gone Again, a young half sister wSEZiL* of Arroz, stakes winner of 565,450. Flame A|f7 PAPA REDBIRD Balladier— Taj Bibi * s ymSy? Sss CARRARA MARBLE Cj / m Newtown Pike • Phone: 2-6551 * •Bull Dog-Wmble Hoof Lexington, Ky. If I The Challedons are durable. H I In 1954 he had winners from H I eight of his nine crops of rac- H I ing age — they ranged in age H I from to 1 I Sire of nine two-year-old stakes H I winners, including unbeaten H I Native Dancer and 1955s H I unbeaten Pollys Jet, and six H I other juveniles to place in H I stakes. PRIAM II. From His First Four American Crops Winners of Oyer ,000,000 *PRIAM 11., a champion in France and sire of the French Oaks winner Stratonice prior to his importation, has compiled an excellent stud record in America. His stakes winners include Landlocked 55,825, Cousin 4,900. Hopeful Stakes, etc., Peter Lane, Small Favor and stakes-placed Do Report 5,222, Lord Priam, Blenriam, Trojan Monarch, Potpourri, Troy Weight, Guppie, Prince Eric, Close Support, etc. * PRIAM II. will be represented by four yearling colts in the Almahurst consignment to this summers Saratoga, Sales: By *Priam II. — Farahaan, by *Mahmoud. Out of young half sister of stakes winner. # By *Priam II. — Fern Blossom, by *Mahmoud. _ - Fern Blossom is half sister of Salmagundis • By *Priam II. — Pamela C, by Stimulus. Half brother of stoker winners Giant Cracker and Valpom. By * Priam II. — Romonette, by Roman. Romanette was stokes winner and half sister of stakes winner. Henry H. Knight /?/? /? • 10 MILES SOUTH OF LEXINGTON, KY., ON HARRODSBURG PIKE Moil and Phone: LEXINGTON, P. O. BOX 1529, PHONE, 4-5080

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