untitled, Daily Racing Form, 1951-05-05


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TO BUY RUNNERS- Go Where They Sell Runners Battlefield /fm MS. Reperoire Nullify IkHEMb Cownt Turf Halter jandr Mogic Words | SARATOGA YEARLING SALES | August 1 4th -22nd FASJG -TIPTON COMPANY, INC. 3 EAST 48TH STREET HEW YOMC 17, H. Y. The New RIVER DOWNS Operated by Ohio State Jockey Club, Inc. 44-Day Meeting May 30 to July 21, Inclusive Sixteen Feature Races, Including Three Races With ,000, ,500 and 0,000 Purse Values SEND STABLE APPLICATIONS TO: GENE BURY RIVER DOWNS— Box 1095 CINCINNATI, OHIO SI-JIT C II T Ch- h- 1939 fcy Equipoise— ■ ■ w I J J I Goose Egg, by *Chicle Retired to the stud in 1345, Shut Out has sired as many stakes horses as had his great sire in the same length of time. Shut Outs winners include One Hitter, twice conqueror of *Noor, and winner of the Pimlico Special; ill-fated Slam Bang, a 2-year-old of undisputed class; and Bank Account, New Yorks fleetest filly in the spring of 1950. Shut Out is the greatest money-winning son of Equipoise. In three seasons he won 17,507. FEE: ,500— RETURN— BOOK FULL. No maiden mares accepted. f F V I ft I V F P Bb 1939, by *st-g*™1*115— "■ T I Li U I V L. I Dabchick, by *Royal Minstrel From Devil Divers first two crops to race have come the stakes winners Lotowhite, The Diver, Ruddy and Call Over. One other has placed in stakes: Supersonic. Devil Diver himself was a crack 2-year-old. He continued to win stakes throughout his career, and when he was six was generally acknowledged to have been the best horse in training. In 1943 he became the only winner of the Toboggan-Metropolitan-Brooklyn triple, was one of two horses to win the Toboggan-Metropolitan-Suburban triple. FEE: ,500— RETURN— BOOK FULL. AMPHITHEATRE rsrJiraUhad,n- From Amphitheatres first five crops to race have come 33 foals, of which 30 have started and 25 have won, including the stakes winners Star Bout, Reborn and Boomdeay. His starters have earned the extremely high average of 3,209. Amphitheatre was ranked even with Shut Out at 120 lbs. in the Experimental Free Handicap. He had won the Flash Stakes, Saratoga Special, Futurity Trial, and set a new track record for five-eighths mile at Belmont. FEE: ,000— RETURN. Bi ki p I f C* H B* h 1937, by Black Toney— ■ ■▼» L LC n «La Troicnne. by *Teddy Bimelech is one of Americas great sires of the day. His seven crops to race include 139 registered foals, of which 124 have started and 88 have won. Among these are 11 stakes winners, 7 of which have won over 00,000— Better Self, Be Faithful, Burning Dream, Bymeabond, Brookfield, Blue Border and Guillotine. Bimelechs 124 starters have won an average of 517,166 each. Bimelech is the property of Greentree Stud, Inc., Ogden Phipps and King Ranch. FEE: ,500— RETURN— BOOK FULL WIKIfi A KID iWAY Br h "38, *y Equipoise-J T Y I M VJ /AM 1/ *J TT F I Nedana, by *Negofol Swing and Sway has sired 81 foals in his first five Crops, of which 61 have started and 40 have won, including 2-year-olds of 1950. Among his winners are the stakes winners Saggy winner over Citation at 3, and winner in world record time at 2, Nokomis and Make Swing winner in track record time. Others by Swing and Sway have also won in record time. Swing and Sway broke track records himself. He won the Diamond State Stakes, Empire City Handicap and Whitney Stakes. FEE: 00— RETURN. C* A P C T Br* h 1946, by Men°w— m* JF ■ J I Piquet, by *St. Germans Capot was the "Horse of the Year" in 1949. He won the Belmont Stakes, Preakness Stakes, Pimlico Special, Jerome Handicap, Sysonby Mile at 3, 1949. The previous year he had won the Champagne Stakes, Wakefield Stakes and Pimlico Futurity. He finished his racing career in 1950 with a win in the Wilson Stakes. Altogether Capot won 45,600. He is a son of the Futurity winner Menow and is out of the Oaks winner Piquet, by the great Cup winner and sire of stayers, *St. Germans. FEE: ,50O-RETURN-B00K FULL GREENTREE STUD, Inc. P. O. Box 1110 Lexington, Kentucky

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