Fine English Horses Land: Archaic and Other Foreign Purchases for American Turfmen Arrive Safely, Daily Racing Form, 1921-01-06


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FINE ENGLISH HORSES LAND| I i j I Archaic and Other Foreign Purchases for I American Turfmen Arrive Safely. NEW YORK, N. Y.. January 5. -Another fine colt came to a New York owner on the Menominee, which docked Monday. It was a brown yearling. In i | White Magic Dark Sapphire, by Dark Konahl ! , Samiiliiie. the dame of Wrack. He is for Mr. J. F. j ! Widener and cost 5,000. Mr. Widener owns hi- | dam. Dark Sapphire, for which he gave 5,000 at the December Newmarket -ale- of 1919. The traveling companion of the White Magic colt was the Bridge of Earn- Tilsit yearling bay colt, for which, lor Mr. Widener, Tom Welsh paid 3,000 at the 1920 Newmarket sales. In addition to this pair came for A. I!. Hancock of the Claiborne Stud these two mares: | Sombra 1918, b. f. by Sunsiat Dona Sol. half sist.-r to Diadem, winner of the One Thousand Guineas, and to Dtadaaaeaos, by Donovan. Star Spangle 1910, b. m. by Sunstar — Hrooklyn. by The Hard Bindweed, by Common Hiondina. slater to the dam of Perth, in foal to Cantilever, -ire of Bracket, winner of the Ce-arewitch of 1921. These two aaarea were also passengers on the Menominee, bought for Mr. Browaell Combs of Lexington. Ky.: Shy Missie 19071. br. m. dam of Colonel Vennie ami nit i man, hy Ayrahtn — Uadawney, by Kilwar- lin. sin- of Ogdea, from a sister to Prisoner, in foal to Goldea Sun. Noowa 19KM. br. in. dam of Sea, a winner of three rice- in Fnglaiul. by Meddler Ilata-oo. by Albert, in foal to Oliver GoMaaaith. Seven youngsters . 1 1 1 1 1 two brand mares bought in England for Seagram Krothers of Walkerville. Out . were also on the Menominee. These nine anas follow-: Brilliant Jester, br. r, 3. a winner, by Black Jester Ladj Brilliant, by Bnndridge. Marisian Diamond, eh. •:. 3. winner of three rai-.s. by l.oiivois Gem Gem, by Best Man or Queen a Birthday. Kentish Hoy. br. c. 2. by Poor Hoy Carina, bj Chancer. Chestnut colt. 2. winner of two races, by Oliver Goldsmith Sphere of Influence, by Collar. Wakefield, b. or br. e, 2. a winner, by Oliver Ooliisinitli Huna. by John oGanat. Lady Meavi . eh. f. 3. winner of four races, by Flster King lala. by Wildfowl, r Mode. eh. f. 3. a winner, by Lemberg - Mira II . by I.laiigwni Deri-ion 1914, b. in. a winner, b] ock-ure II.. half brother to Sledfa-t- Oh Fie. In Friary. Mini j to Oiseau Hb-u. by .allinnle. lso.ioia i Mii2i. b. m. by Myram, by Flytog Fox l-ob.illll bv Isobar. Hied to COCk a Hoop. Among the horse- were Ajohnie ,in,| Mr. San-forda other hor-e- already described in Daily Racing Form, and Mr. Frederick Juhnsons filly Chainlet. All were in good condition.

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