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TheThoroughbred Sale Sensation of theCentury under the management OF FASIG-TIPTON CO. ThreeGreatDispersal Sales of the Famous Breeding Studs The Morris Stud, Fairview, Belle Meade. AT FASIG-TIPTON COS PADDOCKS SHEEPSHEAD BAY, NEW YORK. Wednesday, October I, Monday, October 6, Entire Stud and Stable of Entire Fairview Stud of MEandnESSRkHMOandRR?s viES Cl 1AS and A" J -REED. . 38 Head of Stallions, Mares, Horses in Training and Yearlings. IrSlM Ql rllValC OCMC. GALORE, son of the great Galopin. Bought at public auction for 0,000. A tried and successful sire. . llCttllllllgO COMPUTE, son of Hanover, winner of the 5,C00 Foxhall Stakes in 1901, and of the Withers Stakes in OIOHT or xHE THISTLE, Eoseberys great son. Bought at public auction for 0,000. THE EBIAB, winner of the Brighton Cup and many other stakes. , ST. BLAISE, Winner of the Derby. Bought for 00,000. A great sire and grandsire. BOWLING BROOK, winner of Double Event, Metropolitan Handicap and Belmont Stakes. Son a of m EXILE, Winner of 30 races, including the Brooklyn Handicap, and a successful sire. the great Ayrshire. r . , . r t?:iih. i,,. K-.-rflcW PESSABA, Winner of 18 stakes, handicaps and purses. Son. of the high-class race horse and sire FILIGBAN E, winner of the Metropolitan Handicap, andc. By imp. Galore, out of Fillette, by Kingfisher. Pizarro. DOnKil A C2CO PHOENIX, A stake winning son of imp. Mr. Pickwick and a successful sire, together with Rey del DrtvJULJlVlMr4E.O. Hey, King William II., Timothy, Diablo, Sam Weller and The Bouncer. Everv one a jrein. Few in Number, but xery select. Just a few, not the DDnJADCO best, of the 33 head are DnUUUMAKLO. COBBECTION, A star on the turf , a star in tho stud ; winner of 32 races. Dam of the Futurity winner 29 BY THE GREAT BROODMARE SIRE ST BLAISE SSS raC8S f the Withors-nnerCom" ThehighestturftriumphshavebeenachievedbyFairviewbredracehorse, HOLIDAY, A stake winning daughter of imp. Hopeful. Dam of Dr. MacBride sire, of Leonora The Futurity, the Matron, the Realization, the American Derby, the Brooklyn Handicap and others Loring, and.cX the stake winner Smile, etc., etc. . of the richest events have been won by its sires, or the representatives of its sires and matrons. VACATION, From the Dance family. Dam of Bowling Brook winner of the Belmont Stakes, andc, Tte 127 brood mares in this remarkably fine collection are daughters of most fashionable sires. lSSAlMUm, and dam of the A 1 race horse The Friar Brooklyn . mareS are doinff better in the stad" Hanover azn are by Hermit s other great son, imported Mr. Pickwick. Cup and many stakes, and the stake winner Queen. LINTBIGUANTE A superior race mare, winner of many events, a mare of remarkable speed, and Nearly a dozen each are by Long Taw son of Longfellow, Exile son of Mortemer, and imported dam of InBurrection. Cheviot, brother to Sir Modred. HORSES IN TRAINING. The superior stake mare FAIRY, 32 wins and a producer. ARMIEL, the dam of the stake winners RODERMOND, ARMAMENT, andc. St. Gatien-Philistia. Hanover Queen 3 by Hanover-Lizzie Baker. Zealotry, 2, by The Hoyden 3, by Esher The Maid. Reckoner, 2. by Requital Reckon. , A Bister to the great racehorse CLIFFORD, 42 wins and now a successful sire. Tristesse, 2. by Bowling Brook La Misere. Pageant, 2, by Star Ruby Teatro. The dam of that most wonderful campaigner HUGH PENNY. Bess. Dolce Far Niente, by Hanover-Holiday. ,, Elizabeth, 2, by Goldfinch-Queen Queen A tQ HUQH pjjjjNY, BELLE WARD, and other winners. YEARLINGS. A ful1 sister to INSPECTOR B., an A 1 racehorse and sire of Endurance by Right, andc. A half sister to SIR WALTER, winner of the Brooklyn Handicap and innumerable other t B. v, by xr- Mara r--,,,QMr, Correction. t Br. v by a Galore Holiday. , , . , , .. races. c, c, z m-. mnnnxTM j L. -. - A lf sister to the Withers winner BIGGONET, dam of the Futurity winner Martimas. Galore-Metempsychosis. B. f, by Br. Rp f f, h by FiliVrann-LIntriffnanto L Intriguante. . And Br. c, by Bowling Brook-La Misere. Jiligrane so on indefinitely. B. f, by Mars Summer Sea. B. c, by Mars Owlet. Also three-year-olds, two-year-olds, 15 yearlings, and 7o weanlings. AT BELLE MEADE FARM NEAR NASHVILLE, TENN. Wednesday, October 29, Thursday, October 30, GEN. WM. H, JACKSON and SONS ENTIRE BELLE MEADE STUD. 9 STALLIONS. 150 BROODMARES. 3-YEAR-OLDS. 2-VEAR-OLDS. YEARLINGS. WEANLINGS. IMP LOYALIST, one of the best sons of Sterling. Sire of the great Lissak. A number of choice young maros by Iroquois, the only American winner of the English Derby, by t . TITHONUS. splendid representative of the house of St. Simon. Bfon-ni1 Sc?.tlad s 8?ifc siln Blamhl the great Luke Blackburn one of whose daughters is the dam tit a a IBll xxxxyjrva, syiouui 0f Kmley Mack, and by the renowned brood mare sire Enquirer. THE COMMONEB, one of the very best sons of Hanover, from the family of Kinley Mack and Nas- Others are by Inspector B Strathmore, Hindoo, Rayon dOr, Onondaga. Highlander, Salvator Sir turtium. Mdred, Tho Ill-Used, Kantaka, Himyar, Reform, Hanover, Mortemer, Fonso, Pizarro, Spendthrift, TNSPECTOB B., a great racehorse and an equally great sire. Longstreat, Magnetize, Mr. Pickwick, Loyalist, Uncas. Rossington, andc. nf St Simon Others are by Highlander, Pontiac, Phoenix, Rossifer, Enquirer, Muscovy, Forester, War Dance. MAIISO, rnTCAv u by TTamnfrm Hampton, nnf out of a a bt.bimon mare mare. IMP. Ki Alfonso, Macaroon, Hindoo, The Sailor Prince, Rayon dOr, Kingfisher, .i"t,usuer, YirgH virgu, . Glenelg uieneig, Faustus uaustus, LONGSTBEET, winner of 36 races, one of Longfellows best sons, and from the Levity family. Meddler, Miser. Galore. andc. . nvrafi,nr with witn nurou, Huron. Seashore and Mont dOr. Afull sister to HANOVER, a champion on the turf and in the stud. Together Thg q aJITAT0B? winner of the Matron Stakes and other races. gPQQQMARES Three half ?is to THE BARD, great as a racehorse and sire of Gold Heels, winner of the Suburban A full sister to RAMAPO. winner of the Suburban Handicap, andc. Tiir nnriT nnnnnumr pior PDC1T mil i ni 27 BY THE 6REAT DnUUDMAnb bint OntAI IUM. A full sister to DON ALONZO, a stake winner of 1,000 in America, and a good winner abroad. A half sister to THORA. a great race mare and dam of DOBBINS, ando, finmn nf the very best racehorse" of the past decade have come from daughters of Great Tom. This A half sister to YORKVILLE BELLE, winner of 7,000. ale will prove the opportunity of a lifetime to secure these grandly bred matrons most of them young, A half sister to the "iron horse" BLITZEN, a wonderful campaigner, and so on to the end of the jjy this great brood mare sire. chapter. Combination Sale of Thoroughbreds at Lexington, Ky., November 24, 25 and 26. Catalogues now in course of preparation and to, be had by addressing WM.EASTON, FASIG-TIPTON CO MADISON square garden AUCTIONEER. " wi ww, NEW YORK, N. Y.