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TH0R0UGHBBRED PRICES IN AUSTRALIA. Three Animals Fetch Larr;e Amounts at the April Sales at Sydney, N. S. W. The great war has evidently touched Australasian racing but lightly. The sport there is reported as being full of health in all quarters and at the April sales at Syda.-y. New South Wales, the Chicago of Australia. A. S*. t hiniside. a prominent breeder, paid ... KHI for Krunelle. by Xcil low -Kruno, by Persimmon. Innielle. which is now only five years old, was sol. I at two jean in Knglaiid for ,000. With Kriinollo went her colt foal bv Wallace and she is also iH-li-ved to be in foal to Trafalgar. It was a tremendous price and later may cause some English breeders to send some of their g I young inures to A as trails f..r sale. Later in the day the six-year old mare Lady Victoria, by St. Krus.piin l.ady Cynosure, a sister to Kolymeliis. brought 90,750 and Macadam, a two-year old colt by Wallace -Ci oss Roads, bv .Minting, . s.500. At tie April sales of I.iglis and Chisholm. at the Bainlwiok course. Sydney. N. s. W., Australia, five colts and fillies by the American sire Cesarion, brought an average of 122 guineas about 1917.sh34. and eleven of the get of the Belmont -bred Sands of the Orient, by Bark Sand Oricnta, averaged 1091-. guineas about !j!50!D. Nine English yearlings by such sires as Santoi, Bayardo. John • Jaunt. Llangibby and Radium were liought last year ami taken to Australia In Englauil they fetched 012,325. They were auctioned at Sydi.ey, N. S. W.. in April and brought 4,925.