Final Yearling Sale of Year Over, Daily Racing Form, 1919-09-19


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FINAL YEARLING SALE OF YEAR OVER LEXINGTON. Ky., September IS. The Kentucky Sales Companys auction of thoroughbred horses was concluded last night with the disposal of sixty-six head for 30,530, an average of 402.00. The highest price was 3,050 for the suckling brother to Sennings Park, by Jim Gaff-ney Irish Queen.. He was sold to divide partnership between Mrs. Amelie Luosing of Louisville, and O. A. . Bianchi of Lexington, and Mrs. Lues-ing became his purchaser. She also bought Irish Queen for 1,700. The next highest price was 3,000. paid by Charles E. Itowe, owner and trainer of Miss Jemima, for the yearling chestnut colt, by Fair Play Electro, consigned by C. C. Patrick. The same price was paid by John O. AVhitlow for Arrow Point, the two-year-old sister to Colonel Livingston, which was bought out of Dan AA Scotts cons gnment. Only two others brought as much as 1,000. They were yearlings from the Dan AV. Scott consignment, the brown colt by Flotsam III., Lady AVykeham, knocked down to AAill Perkins, and the bay filly, by Judge AVright 0 Co E, which went to John O. AVhitlow, who said he had been offered 1,300 profit and was debating whether or not ho would take it.

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