Saved Mackey Yearling Profit, Daily Racing Form, 1907-09-25


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SAVED MACKAY YEARLING PROFIT. O. P. Hill sold, for Clarence H. Mackay his entire crop" o? yearlings this season to G. D. Wilson, Senator J. W. Baileys partner in the breeding of thoroughbreds, for 0,000, says the New York Telegraph, This was some six weeks before the date, set for the youngsters to be shipped to the NoW- York sales. After going again over the yearlings and studying the proposition more closely. Mr; Hill concluded to ask Wilson to let him out ot tb deal, though Mackay always stands ready to back up anything his manager does at Kingston Flint. Wilson was agreeable as he was too courteous to hold Hill to the bargain. At the New Yorkt sales .four of the "youngsters sold for more taanWHsoa.waB getting -the entire lot for.

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