May 14, 20150 Comments
George Ford Morris
Original Oil on Canvas. Signed and Dated 1933. 16ÔÇØ T x 20ÔÇØ W. The important producer Beverly Belle, captured as a four-year-old with trainer ÔÇ£JuneÔÇØ Brock up, was a winner of championships both in fine harness and under saddle in the early 1930ÔÇÖs. She was bred and owned by Sterling P. OwenÔÇÖs Riverview Stock Farm in Cynthiana, Kentucky. Sired by the farmÔÇÖs own WC sire PeavineÔÇÖs Highland Chief, Beverly Belle produced just one daughter, Hall of Fame broodmare Ky. Cardinal Belle. Beverly Belle is the second dam of worldÔÇÖs and reserve worldÔÇÖs champions The New Moon, Belle Sparkle, Sparkling Cardinal, etc., and the third dam of WGC sire WC SantanaÔÇÖs Charm, WGC sire WC Flight Time, etc. According to The Kentucky Horseman, crowd favorites Beverly Belle and June Brock were tied out of the money in the 1933 KSF Three-Year-Old Five-Gaited Stake. They remained in the ring after the winner left and made a final lap to the roar of an appreciative crowd.