Coming Sales Of Young Thoroughbreds.: Many Richly-Bred Yearlings To Be Sold at Auction in the Next Week., Daily Racing Form, 1908-08-29


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COMING SALES OF YOUNG THOROUGHBREDS Many RichlyBred Yearlings To Be Sold at Auction in the Next Week Beginning this afternoon the FasigTiplon Com ¬ pany will conduct a series of sales of thoroughbred yearlings the product of the leading breeding farms of the countrv The breeders hare been In an un ¬ fortunate coifditlon this year anil are now forced to sell to clear their paddocks for the crop of next year To them these sales are an experiment viewed vyith some hope of fair prices but more fear of inadequate returns It may be that they will be agreeably surprised Racing Is by no means dead in this country or Canada and a good horse is still able to win much money Bargain hunters will be sure to be present and competition for the possession of wellbred and shapely youngsters is as certain to be an occasional feature of the sales as It ever has been i iThe The yearlings from the Runnymedc anil Race land Studs are to be sold this afternoon Annually the yearlings from these farms have heretofore brought high prices and the results of this after ¬ noon will be regarded as an index to the market They are the progeny mainly of the suecpssf ill sires Sir Dixon Star Shoot Bridgcwater anil Orlando one native and three imported Other sires repre ¬ sented are Ben Brush Mazagan Miller Ogdon St Evox and Tanzmcistcr and among the youngsters to IKT sold are full brothers or sisters to Memories Running Water Agilo Tradition Whimsical Chal fonto Dander Melissa and Etherial and halfbroth ¬ ers or sisters to Uncle Heknows None Allicrt Star Blues Blue Girl Senator llpckbam Black Mary Libertine Aloedo Ascot Belle Cambrian Red Tip and many other swift and successful racers racersMonday Monday and Tuesday will be devoted to tho sale of yearlings consigned by Milton Young B E Allen Eugene Kiicker J D Carr M H Stone and Thomas Piatt being the progeny of such wellknown stallions as Cewiriou Xasturtlnm Monsieur do IOrme Sempronius Woolsthorpe Allotvuy Ben Brush Box Broomstick Cameron Dlcudonnc Golden Maxim Intrusive Kings Counsel Kingston Lack ford Lamplighter Little Saint Ogden Pirate of Peuzance Sandringlrani Streamer and Yankee from as landWednesday ohoieclybrod mares as are in this land Wednesday has I cen set apart for the sale of the Virginiabred yearlings from Blue Ridge and Ellcrs lie Studs and the Kentucky yearlings from Balgowan and Merc Hill Studs Here the sires are Father ¬ less Islington Golden Maxim Inflexible Ingoldsby Prince of Melbourne Handspring Mazagau Star Uuby and AVoolsthorpe a groat bund The Isllng tons attentionYearlings are likely to olicitespecial attention Yearlings from the Adelbcrt Scnorjta Windemcre and Stonewall Studs will be sold Thursday Friday will bo given up to the sale of race horses in train ¬ ing Saturday will bring about the disposal of the yearlings sent on from the Kingston Larchmont Maplehurst and Mlllstream Stud farms In the Kingston Stud consignment are eleven yoarlings bv Meddler eight colts and three fillies They should fully test the present strength of the market The colts are from Kamara Irish Ivy II Vacation StrlkeaLight Suisun Belle Hurt Heartache and Homespun and the fillies from Goutte dOr Rotha II and Schulamlte

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