untitled, Daily Racing Form, 1958-05-05


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Standing at Claiborne Farm ... "AMBICRIX « *NASRULLAH Dark Bay, 1946, by TOURBILLON — J Bay, 1940, by NEARCO — LAVENDULA, by Pharos. J MUMTAZ BEGUM, by Blenheim II. ISOLDE, by Bull Dog. , _ COSQUILLA, by Papyrus. DEDICATE l • Bay, 1952, by PRINCEQUILLO— I SOME CHANCE DIN I, by John P. Gner. I Chestnut, 1939, by CHANCE PLAY — • » I SOME POMP, by Pompey. DOUBLE JAY I . Dark Brown, 1944, by BALLADIER — rnf IARKFT BROOMSHOT, by Whisk Broom II. ■ o, by MARKET WISE — PAYING FURY PRETTY DOES, by Johnstown. Dark Bay, 1952, by *NASRULLAH — J SICILY, by Reaping Reword. J !iTTJLYAR • | Brown, 1949, by TEHRAN — HILL PRINCE J NEOCRACY, by Neorco. Bay, 1946, by PRINCEQUILLO— i • HILDENE, by Bubbling Oyer. | =5 TURN-TO VIYPPC r.Vi ! Bay, 1951, by "ROYAL CHARGER — lay, *S0URCE SUCREE * AM D°he- 1952 by SLIDE RULE- NANCES ACE, by Cose Ace. ki Boy, 1953, byNASRULLAH - MMtSUUTT SHIMMER, by F/W M miffSiXandt For Oyer a Holt a Century ... ■ FAJIM I A Great Record Reflects Its Experience mr A- 3- HANCOCK,. Jr. PARIS, KY. Phone: 393 Class in the Dam! Quality in the Dam long has been recognized as of prime importance in any mating. Guided by reliable, modern statistics, this policy continues to gain in favor. Quality is gauged most often by family bloodlines and by racing ability. / At MAINE CHANCE, Myrtle Charm, Beaugay and Rose Jet all were leading fillies of their year. They were all of fine, families ... as ore the other members of the MAINE CHANCE BROODMARE BAND, many of whom have excellent records Tn competition. # These qualities, plus ideal environment and meticulous care, have made the MAINE CHANCE BROODMARE BAND second to none. J. W. DAILEY, Manager LEXINGTON, KY. P. O. Box 988 Phone: 5-0110 4 ■

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