Sales of Thoroughbreds to Come, Daily Racing Form, 1915-08-19


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rn lg six the i, , the ■ to e- us are re SALES OF THOROUGHBREDS TO COME. . , The Powers-Hunter company has an attractive re program of sales for the late summer and early lv autumn racing aeaaoa. The first will be the sale Is of the entire stable of John W. Schorr of Memphis lis at Saratoga next Saturday, at which the sterling ■g racers Ed Crump. David Craig. Ltoeharas, Gold-crest d- Boy. abulia Belling. Mars CaSSidy, a John W. Klein and Lady •Vandergrtf* will g under er the hammer. This will lie followed by another Bale of horses in training on Saturday, the ttth, and that at by the last big yearling -ale of the season at Sheep-head Bay on August 31. At the yearling sale -ixty budding racers front the be Mere Hill. Larchmont, Glen Helen, Spendthrift and nil Ad.ihert studs will go under the hammer. This lis tale will be held in the old-fashioned way under a a re lv sale Is lis ■g d- a er bic tent in the grounds about the Hain barns on Ne,k Road. Adolph Spreckels- Napa Stud yearlings will be sold under the hTTmnier In the paddock at Belmont Park oa September 2, and there will be sales of horses in training September 4 and ll. The famous Hhggin stud, biclodlng the brilliant stallion Ballot. ami apward of aeventy-8ve auperhly brad mares, will be sold on October 2S.

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