untitled, Daily Racing Form, 1914-03-22


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: Great Auction Sale of Thoroughbreds Property of the Best Known Breeder in Americo Mr. B. SCHREIBER Before moviii, to Lexington, Ky., Mr. B. Schreiber will hold an auctiou sale at the Sedalia Slate Fair Grounds, rain or shine, March 24, under cover. There will be plenty of facilities to hold such a sale even if weather should be bad. I will be able to provide comforts for all the persons present, as well as thd animals offered? I will not have room at my place in Lexington, Ky., for all the horses I have in Sedalia. and for that reason I am offering the following horses: STALLIONS AND BROODMAKES. SIX THREE-YEAR-OLDS. TWELVE TWO-YEAR-OLDS. FIFTEEN YEARLINGS. STALLIONS. NEALON, br. h, foaled 190:5, by Sain Sister Josephine, by Hanover. Every one familiar with thoroughbred horses knows what a grand race horse Nealon was. He won some of the greatest races of his day on the American turf, beating every good horse he ever met and won nearly 0,000 In purses and stakis. Every ono of his foals trained so far is a winner. OTIS, br. h, foaled 1S99, by Sain Laura Agnes. Otis was a great race horse, winner at all distances. He won the St. Louis Derby, one mile and a half. He has never been bred to many mares, but all of his foals trained so far are good winners, including Fern L., which ran a mile in ::,C,. Any one giving this horse a chance will find him a great sire. BROODMARES. SINFI. br. m. foaled 1S9S. by Loyalist Irrepentance. a great race mare in her dav. Also a nroducer having produced a good winner in Marian Rose. In foal to Nealon. " ivun.tr, IDA KEARNEV, b. m foaled 1903. by Sain Hattio C. This mare was a stake winner and dam of three good winners. In foal to Banuockburn. lula FIDEL YOULIN b. m, foaled 1S97, by Siendthrift Nuska. A winner herself and half-sislcr to the "reit u.i iv iue uat sprinter. Rusk. In foal to Banuockburn. ROYALS LAST. b. 111. foaled 1903, by Sain Pennyroyal. A line breeder and dam of a number "umi.tr 01 of pronns- nromis ing colts. Bred to Bannoekbnrn. Not sure in foal. BALANCE ALL II., b. m. foaled 1S99, by Luke Blackburn Ailene. A good stake winner Ilr J,-lsiii herself -iml .1-.... d.un of three good winners. In foal to Nealon. ,SLIjnJckbun5: flu fiaVto Ncal";l.IS0W,IIINoni Mt,":r f K"Hl wi""Prs- r "anilllon, by Ban- "ouMtboutbeingin oak " Morelh-G,e K,Iw- Wln hr" 1 Rat race mare. Bred to Nealon. WDfoiiniUSN CU " fakMl mi hi St 15laIi!" Sl!lry A,I,1,rs,- !: C three gmul winners. In KAS: cin JIIJ-"011 ,tosw- mm ,,f w5 r I:AVIiVibtfulCif infoal1Ca 3SOt! hy Flainbtau Sian"01 Kosu- "kter to Ravolette. Bred to Nealon. WOODNITCIT. b. 111, foaled 190G. by Don de Oro Wood-Nymph. Full sister to the winner wuuili, Woodenift wooucrart. v A tine looker. Bred to Bannoekburn. Doubtful if in foal. BAGSHOT. b m, foaled 1 SOS by Foul Shot Lizzie McDuff. A grand individual and dam of the -re-it winner, Belshot. In foal to Nealon. . "" ELGENIA 15., b. m foaled 1901, by Balsowan Gratitude. A grand broodmare. Winner of ten rices half sister to Schwalbe. winner of thirty-one races. In foal to Nealon. iv JUNGFRAU. b. m, foaled 1S99 blind, by Foul Shot Derfargilla dam of Deutschland Foul shot Is t..,. to sire Nealon. of Grand Shot, dam of Centre Shot, which held the worlds record of one mile for " siv " ve-irs "lul it .1 SEMOLINA, b. m. foaled 1901. by Sain Yankee Heiress. A good winner herself. None of 111 her r fo-ils toJlb ever eur raced. Bred to Bannoekbnrn. Doubtful if in foal. MER1DA dam of Sleeth. b. m, foaled 1S9S, by Himyar Astolat. She is a full sister to Miss -M .ri.i., which produced seven great winners, including Tom McGratb. Woodlands, Joe Carey and " Ka-er a"or- 151 Br. i to Banuockburn. Doubtful if in foal. us,;;red to-s;u1!iZ,btf Jik hfsulte" 1Ialf sistcr to Ani,uiate- a w,naw -I a TWO-YEAR-OLDS. ANNA SAIN. b. f, by Sain Annie Laurie. MISS SEDALIA. b. f, by Baimockbiirn - Sula. This KITTIE WILSON, b. f, by Sain Seattle. filly is a full sister to the good race horse KING K., b. e, by Sain Humming Bee. Hamilton. FLOSSIE S., blk. f, by Nealon Sinii. TOMMIE COLEMAN, b. c, by Bannoekburn -Mild- THERESA M., by Bannoekburn Ida Kearney. rwl -ls tult is a full fro titer to Chas. BEN YOULIN. b. f, by Bannckburn Fidel Youlin. Gcetz, a very fast horse. Ill RAM JOHNSON, b. c. by Sain Laura G. G. BAY FILLY, by Sain or Nealon Eugenia B. MASON C, b. e, by Sorcerer Saindele. BAY FILLY, by Nealon Woodiiiteh. The above two-year-olds are, all named and registered with the Jockey Club and none of them have l.rcu broken, so the purchaser will know just as much about them as I do. TEAHLINGS. BAY COLT, by Bannoekburn Augusta Victoria. CHESTNUT COLT, by Rannoekliuru Royal Flask. CHESTNUT FILLY, by Bannoekburn Mascal. BAY COLT, by Nealon Ravelue. 4 BROWN COLT, by Bannoekburn Scwalbe. BAY COLT, by Nealon Lisp. BAY COLT, by Bannoekburn Geheimniss. BAY FILLY, by Nealon Sebastiaua. BAY COLT, by Bannoekburn Merida. BAY COLT, by Otis Fidel Youlin. BAY COLT, by Bannoekburn Mildred B. BAY COLT, by Otis Mwlwena. I Also Have Six Three-Year-Olds Left as Follows: ROY CORNISH, 1.. e, by Otis Merida. I QUEEN EVA T., br. f, by Sain Little Indian dam ol" "" Kod race horse Little Scout n-iiv,.r ET 1 LAUFER, .I.,., 1 b. e, 1 by Bannoekburn .1 Modwena. ir 1 ... , . j 1LRR B.. JR., by Nealon Park Ridge. SOMEKSET, b. c. by Sain Fidel Youlin. ! FATHER PIIELAN, h. c, by Sain Sister Ella. None of these have ever been broken and I am sure there are a few good ones among them. I will also sell a lot. of farming implements, work horses, mules and a big consignment of everything needed on a farm, including gasoline engine, straw balers, etc. FOR ANY INFORMATION WRITE TO Mr. E. C. WHITE : Sedalia, ftfiissouri 1 i I ! t i I I t t s : i 1 r i 1 s 1 t 2 1 I gSOTMY, MARCH 28,1 M 1 can let yvii in on a getaway deal at Charl -s IS kt toil in whi-li a shrewd owner will win at a big 13 m price. I iiave been at Ciiarlesten most of the U 5 winter. While there, my connections were such fc! Sj that I could not attempt to deal with clients, as S 3 certain people wond thereby have known what tj fy certain stable connections intended doing. As 1 a I am now in New York, I am at liberty to dr-al 51 g with a limited numlier of lionest horscplayers. ,J While this inforinalif.n is not for sale. I want ig li meet honest wesu-rn players who can appre- g elate something worth while. Those who will Q send nie the piolits of a .." straigiit bet after S the horse wins, wili get Saturdays horse free. B I dont make the prices, but Saturday I will S ! give you a chance to play a horse which should jj come home by four lengths. Treat me fairly 0 and I will surprise you with some of the in- a formation I can send. Just let me show you H Saturday what " you have Ix-en missing. Ad- U dress at once n U HENRY DEAN I I SUITE 5 AND 6 MARION BUILDING, g 296 Lenox Avenue, :: New York City, g X SPECIAL GOES Some Time Between March 25 and 28. Dont miss it, wc have given cn this service Three Straight Winners and we intend makiui: it four straight. Remember, it Must Win and Win Only, or we will sivn each subscriber Free a subscription to our Daily One Horse Wire. For full particulars see latest Turf Reporter. New Book is now on sale at all newsstands and dealers where Racing Form is sold. Price !!." cents a week mailed direct from office in plain sealed envelope I. Satuidavs Daily. JEZAIL, 2-1, WON, Occ isional WON. Form Special was BRYNLIMAH 11-5 WON These Specials are given free to all who buy the Reporter, one each day. MONDAYS SPECIAL: White-Friday-Ran-He-Van-Sun. THE TURF REPORTER Established 1901 1. Room 509. 22 West Quincy Streot. Chicago. Illinois. - " B NATIONAL RACING REVIEW. MONDAYS SPECIAL: Texas, Mitten, Mystery. Robin. NX Special and Wire. 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