untitled, Daily Racing Form, 1948-05-01


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Were PROUD of this Relationship The KENTUCKY DERBY and the SALE of SELECTED YEARLINGS Since the first Summer Sale of yearlings at Keene Run for the Roses is just one of the many put Bcind was held in 1943 Keeneland yearlings have had standing examples which prove that when you buy the opportunity to start only in the last three at Keeneland you buy horses which have gone on Kentucky Derbies In these they have won two to become topnotch performers at race tracks cund recorded a third in the other The classic throughout the country HOOP JR HAMPDEN JET PILOT SOLD AT KEENELAND SOLD AT KEEN ELAND ELANDWINNER SOLD AT KEENELAND v v WINNER 1945 KENTUCKY DERBY THIRD to two homebreds WINNER 1947 KENTUCKY DERBYM 1946 KENTUCKY DERBY How About the 1948 Summer Sofe r r V VTKc TKc records show that o high percentage of the renewals of the Derby have been won by the sons of horses finishing firsr secondiprthirdmptreyi6ui IDcffeics Consigned to the 1948 Sale are horses sired by the following Derby winners and six others that finished second or third f Hoop Jr Whirlaway Gallant Fox Alsab AlsabReaping Pensive Johnstown Reigh Count Reaping Reward RewardMarket Count Fleet War Admiral Challedon Market Wise Wisei i Shut Out Bold Venture Bimelech Blue Swords KEENELAND SUMMER SALES OF YEARLINGS START JULY 26 400 RADIO BUILDING Breeders Sales Company LEXINGTON KENTUCKY INCORPORATED IJff USHE1 WITH YOU mVEL RKlKVATiONS AMD LEXINCTOH ACCdMNWDATWNS WRITE OR WIREMRS NANCY POnER MURNEyStt FIFTH AVENUEif NEW ORK 2 I

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