TWENTY FOALS ARRIVE AT GOLDEN MAXIM
Arabs Arrow, Bitter Berry, and Isaiah Standing at J. A. Bailey’s Farm on Outskirts of Louisville
J. A. Bailey, manager of Golden Maxim Farm, which is located near Louisville reports much activity at the nursery where stand the stallions Arabs Arrow Bitter Berry and Isaiah Bailey also announced that of the twenty foals arriving at Golden Maxim this season, sixteen of the lot are colts.
Arabs Arrow, who formerly campaigned under the Louise J Hickman silks, will have ample opportunity to prove his worth in the stud for many good mares are being taken to his court. The son of The Porter and Hedemora is to be mated with Agincourt and Marching. On both of which are the property of Baylor O Hickman; My Gal Sal, Kitty Anderson, imported Jacasta and Marie Nash, all from the W. E. Smith establishment, and Wall, a mare belonging to Byrum Brothers of Milltown, Ind. Junius W. Bell plans to send Lucky Drift and Miss Firefly to the same stallion and others scheduled to visit the Golden Maxim horse are Ellen Fisher and Red Quill.
Louis Rosenbaum, Cincinnati patron who is the owner of the stallion Bitter Berry, plans to send Rose Mist dam, of Main Man Stealaway, Du Berry and Oncave all of which are his own property, to the son of Challenger II and Briar Bunny. Others to to be mated with Bitter Berry are Theodore Mueller’s Myrtle Caldwell and Roldgold, a full sister to Wise Counsellor; Byrum Brother’s Biboots, W. E. Smith’s Sally Gray, Hazel Eye and Irish Play.
The Arcturus Stable’s former sprinter, Isaiah, who is entering his third season in the stud, was bred to twenty-five mares last year and Bailey reports the son of High Time and Alary Belle settled his mares in good shape. Isaiah was foaled in 1930 and was bred by the late James W Parrish. A black horse of excellent conformation Isaiah’s breeding goes back to such good horses as Ultimus, Ballot, Commando, Domino imported horses Sundown, Voter, Verito and Star Shoot.