American Thoroughbreds for Germany, Daily Racing Form, 1908-11-01


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AMERICAN THOROUGHBREDS FOR GERMANY. Lexington. Kyi. October 31. Two carloads of thoroughbreds, mares and geldings, purchased privately during the past two- weeks by Hcrr S. Kellar of Berlin. Germany, were shipped tonight to New - York for export. They are to be used for cavalry . mounts and as hunters. While the horses were being loaded tills afternoon a fractious marc pinned Henry Royster. a colored groom, against the car and i crushed him to death. The nine mares purchased by George Bowerman at the MrGrathiana sale are the property of Thornton Iewis or White Sulphur. V. Va.. and were shipped to him this afternoon. Mr. Lewis will breed the mares to a saddle stallion. . The two vearlings. a colt bv Inspector B. Lena i II.. and lilly by Stanhope Charm, purchased at the McGrathiana sale yesterday by Irving H. Wheat-croft, were turned over to John Rodegap today to be broken and tried. , Dr. W. S. Henderson of Carberry. Manitoba, left M Jiere tonight for his home with two carloads of thoroughbreds " purchased at McGrathiana. and says he l will be back for more at the sale of the latter part of next month. He is a dealer and with oats selling , for twenty-live cents a bushel in Manitoba he ligures : M on a handsome profit on this lot. J. 11. Jarvis of Holton. Kan., has purchased- about t i fifty ihead of thoroughbreds privately in the past 1 ten days and left here tonight with them. They are " to be sold by auction to farmers in Kansas. William Easton. the noted auctioneer of thoroughbred " horses, is too ill to travel to New York as intended tonight, and is confined to his bed In tne e Phoenix Hotel.

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