Yearling Sales In England., Daily Racing Form, 1898-07-19


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North Yorkshireman Yorkshire the wellinformed welling English turf correspondent of the Spirit of the Times furnishes the following gossipy account of the leading sales at Newmarket Newark recently recentlyThe recently The first July meeting at Newmarket Newark Eng ¬ land is generally as interesting to turfmen Turkmen the world over by reason of its yearling sales as for its racing This year the week proved no ex ¬ ception caption to the rule and some nicely bred young ¬ sters steers brought remunerative figures figuresMr figures Mr J W Larnach Blanch owner of the Derby win ¬ ner near Jeddah paid the highest price of the week 3200 guineas for the bay or brown colt Simons wood full brother to Simonside Simmons by St Simon out of Daisy Chain Simonside Simmons who is two years old won the Fortyfirst Fortifiers Biennial for Lord Carnarvon Caravan at the recent At cot meeting and was himself a high priced yearling having cost 2000 guineas at the first July sale a year ago Daisy Chain is by Springfield out of Chatelaine by Cambuscan Ambuscade CambuscanThe Ambulant The second highest priced yearling of the week was also by St Simon this being the filly Winifreda Informed purchased by Mr L Brassey Brassy for 3000 guineas Winifreda Informed was bred by Mr Dan ¬ iel Kiel Cooper and her dam Melody is by Tyne Thyme dale son of Warlock out of Glee she by Ad ¬ venturer venture out of Sweet Sound by Rataplan Catalan Mr Coopers lot also included Flametta Filamentary a bay filly by Isinglass out of Glare which was bought by Captain Machell Marcello for 1550 guineas This filly is from a great racing family for her dam is a halfsister halfwit to the winners Float and Serpentine while the grandam grandma was Footlight the grandam grandma of Ladas Lads and Chelandry Icelander respectively winners of the Derby and One Thousand Guineas Glares halfsister halfwit Float was also represented in Mr Coopers lot her colt by Orme Ore bringing 1300 guineas to the bid of Mr W M Clark who won this years Lincolnshire Handicap with Prince Barcaldine Arcadian BarcaldineThe Arcadian The young Ormes Ores are winning at a lively rate this year and so it was not surprising that another of his colts should have brought a nice price this being the son of Miss Decima Decimal which was in Captain Fifes lot and was taken by Mr A Sadler Saddler at 1550 guineas Miss Decima Decimal is by Springfield out of Saga she by Petrarch Tetrarch out of Napoli Neapolitan by Macaroni Like Float and Glare Miss Decima Decimal is out of the Pawn branch of family 1 which produced this years Derby win ¬ ner near Jeddah JeddahProbably Jeddah Probably the most fashionably bred young ¬ ster steer of the week however was the colt by St Simon Dart in Colonel Brocklehursts lot This colt was bought by Mr W H Walker for 1550 guineas His full sister brought the smashing sum of 5000 guineas just a year ago and as she failed to develop into a great stake winner the present yearling may prove to have been something of a bargain His dam Dart is by Thunderbolt son of Stockwell Stock out of Tau genichts Greenwich by Toxopholite and Taugeuichts Aqueducts is a full sister to Quiver dam of those two tre tare ¬ mendous meandrous St Simon fillies Memoir and La Fleche Mr Marcus Daly Dally owns a nice mare right out of this family namely The Task by Barcaldine Arcadian Satchel she by Galopin Galloping St Simons sire out of Quiver QuiverGrand Quiver Grand old Galopin Galloping was represented by some attractive yearlings His colt out of Cassimere Classier in Mr J B Woods lot was bought by Mr W Jarvis for 1250 guineas while his filly out of Mary Seaton Eaton bred in the Blankney Blanket Stud went to Mr W H Walker for 1200 guineas Cassi Cassia ¬ mere is by Camballo Cembalo out of Cachmere Cashmere by Thormanby Tahoma Mary Seaton Eaton is by Isonomy out of Mary Stewart by Scottish Chief a great family Mary Stuart herself won the Oaks and St Leger Leer in 1873 and bpr pr dam Monran Moran la Faye produced CONTINUED ON SECOND PAGE YEARLING SALES IN ENGLAND Continued from 1st Page Lady Morgan whose daughter Morganette Lorgnette has earned imperishable renown as the dam of Galtee Goatee More A filly by Retreat out of Kilcocks Hillocks dam Bonnie Moru Moor was bought by Captain Homfray Comfrey for 1100 guineas while one of the grandest colts of the week by Blue Green Zoetrope Overtopped was se ¬ cured by Mr R Marsh for 1200 guineas Blue Green is himself out of Angelica sister to St Simon and the resemblance of this colt to St Simon in his yearling days was widely com ¬ mented meted on The abovementioned comprise all the yearlings which brought over 1000 guineas except the Irishbred Irish filly Waterstown Paterson by Gal linule indulge son of Isonomy out of Rose dAmour Amour which went to Mr Reid Walker for 1050 guineas guineasSome guineas Some very nice brood mares changed hands during the week Rhoda a full brother to Melton Elton and in foal to Isinglass was bought by Mr W BrodrickCloete Roderick for MOO guineas Mr J E Platt seller of Rhoda turned around and bought two grand mares however in Primrose and Flower Girl Primrose is by Uncas Uncaps son of Stockwell Stock out of Mosque and with her colt foal by Ayrshire Yorkshire cost 1750 guineas For Flower Girl and her colt foal by Pepper and Salt Mr Platt gave 2800 guineas Flower Girls three yearold earl colt Captain Martin by Martagon Aragon is one of this years cracks and doubtless Mr Platt bought the mare to breed to his stallion Kendal both Kendal and Martagon Aragon being sons of Bend Or OrTwo Porto Two valuable stallions which changed hands during the week were Satiety by Isonomy bought by Captain Machell Marcello for 2000 guineas and Juggler by Lord Lyon which went to Lord Marcus Beresford Hereford for 1550 guineas Juggler has already sired Jest Fosco Osco late Imposition Barnejhill Bronchially Rosemerryn Rosemary and many other good winners and looks a bargain at that price while Satietys Satiety son Piety is one of the best stayers slayers in England EnglandWhile England While there were many sales at very satisfac satisfaction ¬ tory figures we have above enumerated all the animals which brought 1000 guineas or over We are glad to see prices keep up to a good level in England and we trust that all the plucky buyers of the highpriced highbrowed lots will have good luck with their purchases while we have no doubt that many of the other lots will repay their investors with good interest

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