Proph Embarking On Stud Career At Texas Ranch: Reynolds Bros. Recent Purchase Has Been Bred to Several Mares, Daily Racing Form, 1941-06-07


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PROPH EMBARKING ON STUD CAREER AT TEXAS RANCH RANCHReynolds Reynolds Bros Recent Purchase Has Been Bred to Several Mares MaresFORT FORT WORTH Texas June 6 Proph sevenyearold son of High Time Mary Belle by Ballot entered the stud at Reynolds Brothers ranch near Fort Worth and was bred to several mares this Spring Watt Rey ¬ nolds reported Proph was secured recently from Weston W Adams New England sportsman the homebred twoyearold Grif ¬ fin Hills being given in exchange exchangeProph Proph a winner of twentyone races is considered an excellent stallion prospect He is a full brother to Isaiah stakes winner and promising young sire half brother to the good stakes winner and successful sire Rolled Stocking half brother to the stakes winner Dr Parrish and to nine other winners in ¬ cluding Miss Maggie fifteen wins Gloom Girl fifteen wins and Follow Thru which was sold at the Saratoga Yearling Sales for 36000 in 1929 1929Primzo Primzo twoyearold daughter of Prisoner Zoya by Air Man bred by Jesse Brin Dallas sportsman at his Blue JFlibbon Farm established a new track record for four and a half furlongs at Beulah Park speeding the distance in 54 flat lowering the stand ¬ ard by twofifths of a second secondPrimzo Primzo is only one of a number of promis ¬ ing homebred twoyearolds Brin has out this season The Dallas sportsman has ex ¬ panded his breeding stock steadily in recent seasons and now has the fine young stallion Crucifixion by Negofol Vague by Celt and a splendid band of brood mares quartered at his nursery LOSES JUVENILE PAIKFIN PAIKFINKenneth Kenneth Murchison reported the death of the twoyearold Pairfin from an attack of strangulated bowels The colt a son of Pair bypair Gaifin by Assagai was one of those acquired from C Dick Andrake III and had never started startedGeorge George B McCamey master of Bedford Stoc Farm announced the sale of two homebred twoyearold fillies to Woolford Farm The youngsters both by Sangreal are out of the mares Sweet One by Suprem us and Lucky Coin by Last Coin McCamey is a frequent seller to Woolford Farm Sev ¬ eral years ago he sold the fine handicap performer Robert L to that establishment Wilson and Hamby is a new racing firm representing the Lone Star State The So nora sportsmen recently acquired the plater Celestino and turned him over to C E Mickens to train trainAnother Another Texas recruit to racing is Miss A Doss of Houston who recently purchased three twoyearolds in Kentucky and signed Victor Gallo to train the trio A J Scheutze wellknown Houston sportsman acted for Miss Doss

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