Beaumont Studs New Sire: W. B. Miller Buys the Polymelus Stallion Golden Guinea from Major Giles Loder., Daily Racing Form, 1922-02-26


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• BEAUMONT STUDS NEW SIRE W. B. Miller Buys the Polymelus Stallion Golden Guinea from Major Giles Loder. SPECIAL CABLE. LONDON, England. February 2.". — For a big price W. B. Miller of New York has bought of Major Oiles Loder, who bred him in Ireland, the good son of Polymelus, Oolden Guinea, which left by the American Transport Moutauk for the United States Friday. Golden Guinea is a loss to Englands bloodstock. He is bred to the purplest of the purple and is now only five years old. Golden Guinea was in the first flight of two-year-olds in 1919, winning out of four races the Kedfem Plate at Kempton Park, the Richmond Stakes at Goodwood and,250. "Skeets" Martin, the American rider, cared for him in the latler race. Golden Guinea was beaten twice in 1919 and seemed to take a dislike for racing, for lie ran six times in 1920 and three times last year without winning, though always in the best company. P. P. Gilpin trained Golden Guinea at Claire-hflven, Newmarket. The horse is notably bred and it is for his blood lines which should enrich American bloodstock that ; Mr. Miller bought him. Golden Guinea is destined for use as a sire at lial Price Headleys Beaumont : Stud. Golden Guineas pedigree is as follows: P jf Cyn— .. Isonomy |l f|4 AHndia [nistant Shore ~* t- Hampton.... f Lord Clifden r £ J I Maid J ILady Langden d t m Marian nilivpr Toxophilite LUtnver I fc=J Dau.of Melbourne I is flaonomy ffH"g— O 5 fGalli- „ „. J I Isola Bella feS "= nule...],. . f Hermit g | ° Moorhen Skirmisher mare fi5 *■ — I fMuncaster *i- ?5 [Admira- JSaiaband Highland Fling S tion... I f Thurgian Prince ■ V;aze lEyepIeaser

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