untitled, Daily Racing Form, 1955-05-02


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FANCY STEPPING, BUT NOT ON THEIR PEDIGREES — Here are two of the colts that ALMAHURST will sell this summer at Saratoga. Both are bred to be classic performers. At left is Miss Briefs by Citation. He is a half-brother of three stakes winners, another winner which placed in the Travers. The one at the right is by *Nirgal, out of * Fair Maid II., dam of an Aintree Derby winner and a half-sister of the dam of Frances great Djebel. Here is breeding et its best — breeding to win Americas great races. - Henry H. Knight /firf / - lf ikL RICO MONTE |g|===S» SAINT PATRICK— RICA PATRIA, by Rico ■fcr J In 1954 ranked among the leading sires of two-year-olds in both number of win- IHSIAIIKNSIXIKMI Hers and money won. His eleven juvenile winners won seventeen races, 1,724. PiMBMF""*~ mSSELL CAVE PIKE -:- Telephone 2-3313 -:- LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY

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