Wild Chicle Rated Highly by Owner: Stallion Standing at Stud on Coast, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-25


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Wild Chicle Rated Highly by Owner Stallion Standing At Stud on Coast Isenberg Mates Majority Of Mares to Son of Chicle; Favors Him Over Justice F. RIVERSIDE. Calif., June 24.— With the conclusion of the foaling season at the Iron Mountain Ranch of Harry Isenberg, president of the California Breeders Association, a total of eight colts and seven fillies had arrived. The majority are by Justice F., he tried veteran. In addition, there are youngsters by Isenbergs young sires, Iron Hills and Wild Chicle. The get of Iron Hills and Wild Chicle are their first. Iron Hills, a son of Justice P., was bred at Iron Mountain Ranch and was a stake winner under the Isenberg silks. Wild Chicle, a son of Chicle, was acquired at auction because of his breeding lines. Isenberg is enthusiastic over the prospects of Wild Chicle developing into a good producer. He is out of the mare, Wild Denise, by Wildair, and was bred in Kentucky by Tom Piatt. Wild Chicle never raced. He suffered an injury as a two-year-old which kept him out of competition. Isenberg thinks so much of him that he bred more of his own mares to him this season than he sent to the court of Justice F. The latter is 19 years old, while Wild Chicle is but six. Eight mares were sent back to Wild Chicle, six to Justice F. and one to Iron Hills. Danube Waves Last to Foal The last mare to foal at Iron Mountain was the veteran Danube Waves, generally considered the best matron at the place. Her foal by Justice F. arrived May 26. Danube Waves is the dam of Iron Hills and also of Super Justice, three-year-old winner this season. She is by Bistouri and was bred in California. Other mares to foal to Justice F. were Air Squadron, by Apprehension, who has a colt; Valdina Marm, by Blue Larkspur, a colt; Baby Joan P., by Jamestown, filly; Bye Lo, by Last Reveille, colt; Lady Gino, by Gino, filly; Kia Ora, by Lemonora, filly, and Lady Light, by Ladysman, colt. Air Squadrons first foal is now a two-year-old. Kia Ora, an imported mare, has had several foals. The others, with the exception of Lady Gino, all are young mares who will be remembered as runners on western tracks. Mares With Wild Chicle Foals Mares with foals by Wild Chicle are Patty Jeart, by Ariel, a filly; Audacious Lady, by Sun Beau, filly; Iron Locks, by Justice F., colt, and Miss Greenock, by Greenock, colt. Patty Jean is the dam of the promising two-year-old Air Fighter, a winner at Bay Meadows, and King Justice and Iron Charm. Miss Greenock is the dam of Ben Martin. Iron Locks bred by Isenberg and Audacious Lady, owned by W. B. Polland, are young mares. Those to foal to Iron Hills are Little Katie, by Jacopo, and Bodmin, by Penalo. Bodmin is the dam of Fiery Justice and Justa Wreck, while Little Katie is the dam of Iron Guard. The other foal at Iron Mountain is out of the Bostonian mare, Boston Suzie, and is by Brujo, a South American horse, now standing at J. K. Hakes Big Hope Ranch at Bellf lower, Calif. It is a filly, and dam and foal are owned by L. F. Brogan, of Santa Ana. Mares returned to Justice F. are Lady Gino, Valdina Marm, Baby Joan F., Bye Lo, Lady Light and Audacious Lady. Those returned to Wild Chicle are Little Katie, Air Squadron, Kia Ora, Patty Jean, Iron Locks, Miss Greenock. Boston Suzie and Danube Waves. Bodmin has been returned to Iron Hills.

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