MGrathiana Stud To Be Sold., Daily Racing Form, 1908-07-05


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MGRATHIANA STUD TO BE SOLD Lexington Ky July 4 Colonel Milton Young has made up his mind to sell out nearly if not all of his McGrathlana Stud He says that on or about October 1 he will offer for sale at public auction here about 700 thoroughbred weanllngsyearlings mares and stallions and 2200 acres of land This will mark the passing of the second largest thor ¬ oughbred breeding establishment in the United States the largest being T B Hagglns Elmendorf Stud Captain R J Hancock Ellerslle Stud Vir ¬ ginia writes Thomjis F Kelly that he will cut down his stud to thirty mares and believes that all other breeders should do likewise likewiseThe The yearling halfbrother to Major Daingerfield a colt by Star Ruby Mon Drolt was not taken to New York for sale with G D Wilsons shipment When loaded In the car he jammed his head and knocked out three or four teeth and so badly lacer ¬ ated his mouth that he was left at home homeMilton Milton Young has sold his half interest in Nas ¬ turtium to George J Stoll who owned the other half and the stallion is now at the Meadows Stud StudJ J E WIdeners Gatebell and Milton Youngs Ora Bailey which were bred to Salu at Barney Schreibers Missouri farm were returned to Lex ¬ ington nightFred last night Fred Pabst the Milwaukee brewer will buy one hundred thoroughbred marcs this fall and mate them to saddle stallions

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