Virginia: Imported Yearlings at Boxwood; Pin Up Girl Dies After Foaling; Nashville Joins Stallion Roster, Daily Racing Form, 1959-05-04


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fjffc Stallion IlireetorY ami Farm Register J f vwCw . ..a.- ■ .- ■.- ■ wX*OWO-S«»u- X*X" a- OXua-. . . . . . aftCj -. ™ Miz Clementine, shown with her colt by Tom Fool, who arrived at Calumet Farm on April 8. The colt was four days old when photographed. Miz Clementine is one of three sisters each of whom won more than 00,000 for Calumet. The others were Two Lea 09,250 and Twosy. The Tom Fool colt is the first foal for Miz Clementine who will be bred to Swaps this year. Virginia By NANCY LEE Imported Yearlings at Boxwood Pin Up Girl Dies After Foaling Nashville Joins Stallion Roster MIDDLEBURG.— Arrivals last week from England were four yearlings whom Stephen C. Clark Jr. purchased as weanlings last year. These youngsters have been shipped to Mr. Clarks Boxwood Farm near Middleburg. A chestnut colt by Big Game is out of the Goyama matron, Heira II. This mare did not race and was imported from France to England in 1956. Her first foal by Worden has raced in France, her second foal is now a two-year-old and this chestnut colt is her third foal. A bay colt by Solonaway is the third foal out of Crystalate, she by Owen Tudor. Crystalate raced only at two and is the dam of the winner Clogs. The other bay colt is by Ratification out of the Prince Bio mare, Princess Plucky. This mare was also only raced as a two-year-old and her first foal was Tuckers Town, winner of the Arundel Castle Private Sweepstakes at Goodwood and was second in the Rous Stakes at York. The fourth yearling is a chestnut colt by Delirium out of Bookcase, she by Ballyogan. Bookcase is the dam of the winner What-Not and a full sister to the winner Waring of the Green. Delirium Panorama — Passed Out, by Solario , bred by Jack Smith was a stakes winner at Ireland, two, three and four and stood at the Haras du Bois-Roussel. Mrs. George P. Greenhalghs Irish broodmare, Pin Up Girl, died recently after foaling dead twins. By Coup de Lyon out of Careless, by Caerleon, Pin Up Girl was bread to Migoli last year. She was formerly owned by Mrs. Muriel McCall and after her purchase by Mrs. Greenhalgh, the mare was left at Mrs. McCalls Tally-Ho Stud at Mullingar. This season she was booked to High Treason and had been shipped to Commander Peter FitzGeralds Mondellihy Staid at Adare. She was the dam of Hasty Charger, the weanling when Mrs. Greenhalgh purchased from Mrs. McCall and sold as a yearling at Saratoga to Hasty House Farm. High Treason is out of one of the mares in Mrs. Greenhalghs group. Eastern Grandeur and is a full brother to the filly Star of India who was an outstanding two-year-old in England. Pin Up Girl included among her produce the stakes winners Delightful and Review and the winners Mary Gordon and Safety Pin. Her two-year-old filly is currently in training with Capt. Cecil Boyd-Rochfort at Freemason Lodge, Newmarket and will be a color-bearer for Mrs. Greenhalgh this year in England. Llangollen Farm has recently added another stallion to its growing list with the retirement of the stakes winner Nashville. A bay horse foaled in 1954, Nashville won on both the flat and on the turf over distances of 5V2 furlongs to 1 1-16 miles, including the Lakes and Flowers and Palos Verdes Handicaps. AAA A full brother to the outstanding stakes winner Bug Brush, this son of Nasrullah out of Bonnie Beryl, by Fighting Fox represents the strongest stakes producing families in America today. His dam, Bonnie Beryl, was a stakes winner of eleven races and a producer of stakes winners. His second dam, Bonnie Magin was a stakes winner and stakes producer while his third dam, Bonnie Mary a half-sister to Black Toney , is also rated in this category. Although his retirement came rather late in the breeding season, Nashville will be bred to a few mares and will stand the full season next year at Llangollen. Three more foals have been reported from Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ritzenbergs North Hill Farm near Berryville. Two of these individuals are by the imported sire Midas who stands at North Hill; a filly foaled March 12 out of the Bimelech matron Worldly Wise and a colt foaled April 5 out of the imported mare Run Honey, she by Taj Ud Din. An addition to the North Hill broodmare group is the imported Big Game mare, Merry Game. She produced a colt by Grey Sovereign on April 18. All three of these mares have been booked to Midas for this season. Following the Derby Trial on Tuesday at Churchill Downs, Mrs. M. E. Lunn reported that her colorbearer Mosby, who ran in the first division, was traveling faster on Wednesday than he did on Tuesday. He and the three other Llangollen Farm horses at Churchill Downs were quickly headed for a van with Pimlico the next stop. The homebred son of Endeavour II. out of the Great War mare, War Candy, was made eligible to the Triple Crown but after foregoing the first outing, he will be prepped for the Preakness. The colorbearer for Mrs. Jack Denis in the Iroquois Memorial Steeplechase at Nashville, Tenn., on May 9 will be Secant, Continued on Page Fifty VIRGINIA By NANCY G. LEE Continued from Page Eleven a nine-year-old chestnut gelding who is a half-brother to the greatest money winner of all time, Nashua. By Some Chance out of Segula, she by Johnstown, this gelding is also a half-brother to the stakes winner Sabette and a full brother to the winner Segment. Among Secants winning outings last year was the 26th running of the Spring-dale Cup over brush. He is being prepped for his Tennessee outing in the Middleburg area and will be ridden on the ninth by the well known Maryland amateur rider, Philip Fanning.

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