Texas-Bred Youngsters Sell Well, Daily Racing Form, 1908-10-28


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TEXAS-BRED YOUNGSTERS SELL WELL. Twelve thoroughbred yearlings and two two-year-olds were sold bv auction last Saturday in the paddock of the State Fair Grounds at Dallas. Tex. Judge Joseph A. Murphy was auctioneer and Charles Campau acted as secretary. Considering the uncertain coudltion of racing In this country, the prices realized were excellent and satisfaction was expressed on all sides. The -prices paid and the names of the buyers are here given: Property of Elnulale Farm iltrown colt, br Dungarven Miss Nethersole: J. I. Sockwell $ 250 Harve Biggs, br. c. by Dungarven Jennie Dalton: W. F. OConnor 375 AVinnie Pearl, blk. f. by Dungarven Mary J.: J. D. Grant 250 Sudle Lynch, blk. or br. f. bv Dungarven White Seal: D. O. OMalley 150 Property of J. W. Fuller Bar filly, by Marchmont II. Ghita: J. S. Weir 4S Bay filly, by Marchmont II. Unfailing: J. S. Weir 55 Black filly, by Marchmont II. Belle Point: R. M. Wright . SO Property of Elmview Stock Farm Rose Stahl. br. f. by Lilhos Lady Winkle: R. M. Wright 75 Frances Wear, b. f. by Lithos March Past: Mrs. Farnliam 50 Colonel Austin, b. c. by .Lithos Paschal: Crippen and Monroe 75 Miss Finley. b. r. by Lithos Apple Blossom; G. L. drags 4S Properly of P. J. Lynch Bob Lynch, br. c. by Dungarven Queen Lithe: E. F. Tillman 260 Property of .Toe Howell .lase Wilson, cb. g. 2. by First Mate Betty W.: cash 100 Joe Howell, eh. c. 2. by First Mate Pearl Barnes; cash 150 Total 14 S 1.906 Average 40.13

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