Our Successful Two-Year-Olds: Sweep Has Largest Number of Juvenile Winners of Year---Get If Dick Finnell and Zeus, Daily Racing Form, 1921-09-08


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FgBg .i ...J - -- - - -.- - -LI -: .., -.. ., OUk SUCCESSFUL TWO- YEkR- OLDS SWEEP HAS LARGEST NUMBER OF JUVENILE WINNERS OF YEAR GET OF DICK FINNELL AND ZEUS WIN MOST RACES -- UNBEATEN MOkVlCH BRINGS FAME TO HIS DADDY RUNNYMEDE In the important Item of sending the largest number of winning two-year-olds into our raping of the present year Sweep still proudly maintains his pride of jilaee at the head of our stallion list. His leadership is held by the slender margin of one, as Athellng II., nik Finnell and Zeus each have night winners to their credit, while Sweep has nine. A notable group follows: Delhi, Friar Rook, Jack Atkin, Light Brigade Peter Quince, Runnymede and Wrack each with seven winners, while Ballot, Brurnmel, Celt, Granite. Ormondale, Short Crass, Uncle and Von Trotnp are each represented by six-. Roth in the number of races and money won the Sweep two-year-olds are surpassed by the get. of several other stallions. hicflv because of the prowess of the unbeaten Moryich, the get of Runnymede are the greatest money winners, while the offspring of Dick Finnell and Zeus collectively stand tied in the matter of winning the most races, each "group having twenty to its credit. Peter Quince is another stallion prominent, : both us to the number of his winning tv?o-year-olds rind the prizes they have won, seven of his get accounting for nineteen races and 1,920, with the gallant Miss Joy as his principal representative. The fine records of the Runnymede and Peter Quince two-year-olds in this years racing recalls the wonderful success of i the late James R. Keenes famous Castleton Stud, whore the above-mentioned stallions were bred and raised. In presenting the following tabulation of the sires of oiir winning two-year-olds the complete records of each and every youngster that has won a race from January 1 to and including August 31 are shown, which in itself is of special interest now with the close approach of the decision of many valuable full nvo-year-old stake races: Sweep, br. h. 1907, by Ben Brush Fink Domino, by Domino. Horse and Dam. 1st. 2d. Sd.Unp. Won. Nancy F.. Frances Dillon 2 3 - 2 h.,io- " Sweep I.y. Iridescence - 1 0 jSr" -,7.i Bigheatt. Highflown 1 4 1 4 Wishbone, Chlcklets - - 1 0 2. Caretaker. Pliant 5 0 3 2 4.8... Brush Hoy. Mariposan 12.t 1-,jlJ Sweepy. Enaiiieliiie 1 - 1 4 i!!,1 Luckv Button. Buttonhole ... 1 0 - - 1..W0 Lady" Astor, Martha Lee 1 1 0 -1 1.-" Totals 0 1" 10 -,! 30,15S

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