Early Sales at Lexington: A Number of Mares and Yearlings Are Disposed of -J. O. Keene an Arrival, Daily Racing Form, 1917-01-11


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EARLY SALES AT LEXINGTON. A Number of Mares and Yearlings are Disposed of — J. 0. Keene an Arrival. Lexington. Ky.. Jan. 10. — Phil T. Chinn today sold a cuupl. of 1 Tooiim ires to John S. Barbee. in ist. r of tie- Glen Helen Stud and in turn bought a two-year-old colt from him. The mares are Queen Mali, by Pete;- Pan— Mildred Shults. and Mnifou. by Hastings— Cathay. The colt is the brown son of Transvaal — Quec n of the Koyals. .lol.n L. Madden, through James I. Loss has bought Stewarts Star Shoot mare Manasseh. Chinn virtually had purchased this mare from Boss, but Madden wanted her and Chinn graciously let him have her. J. C. Milam -today sold to H. M. Maxwell of New York, the yearling chestnut colt by Plaudit — Anna Hastings, a daughter of Hastings — tileam by Hanover. The colt was shipped this afternoon with Transvaal. J. C. Milam bought of Hal Woodford, of Paris, the broodmare Nell Olin, half sister to Dad Neva and dam ot BUxabeth D., which was sold for .0M ai a yearling. Milam also bought her yearling bay filly by Peep oDay. Another purchase by Milam from Woodford was Dr. Eamsuii. a three-year-old chestnut filly by Superman ItllljMfa. by Adam. J. Keene arrived in Lexington this evening from Haw York, to remain until Sunday when ha . ill go back to meet the boat on which the English thoroughbred- he Ik. light last month are lieing shipped and which are delayed in transit across the Atlantic.

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