A son of Guy Axworthy and Margaret Parrish, Arion Guy was foaled at Jacob Rupert's Hudson River Farm, Poughkeepsie, New York in 1917. While his racing career did not extend over a lengthy time, he was the winner of the Kentucky Futurity in 1920. In that year he suffered but one defeat. As a four-year-old Arion Guy took his mark of 1:59 1/2. He was an outstanding sire with 207 Standard horses of both gaits to his credit, 91 in the 2:10 list, and 14 in the 2:05 list. Arion Guy died in Kentucky in 1942.
Published in the Harness Racing Museum's 1994 book, The Immortals