Boom for Yearling Market: Sixteen J. H. Rosseters California-Bred Youngsters Bring Grand Total of 8,250, Daily Racing Form, 1921-08-10


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BOOM FOR YEARLING MARKET Sixteen J. H. Rosseters California-Bred Youngsters Bring Grand Total of 8,250. SARATOGA SPRINGS, X. Y., August 9. The yearling market took a boom Monday night when the offerings of the Wikiup Stock Farm, in Santa Rosa, Cal., owned by .1. H. Rosseter. were offered by auction in the Fasig -Tipton Saratoga sales mart. The youngsters, sons and daughters of Disguise and Friar Rock, elicited spirited and. at times, sharp bidding. Tlie sixteen yearlings to go under the hammer went for a grand total of 8,230, an average of $;t,010.30. The Friar Rock Swan Song colt proved the outstanding star, and his presence in the ring was the signal for general bidding until the ?7,300 mark was reached, when--it developed a tilt be-tweeu W. .1. Salmon aud Dr.- R. A. McCully, the latter securing him for siO.000 for the account of ,1. E. Widener. Alfred S. Mendelsohn of Hartford. Conn., a new figure at yearlings sales was an extensive purchaser and secured six of the choice bits of an outlay of 3,300. Among his purchases was the Friar Rock Dieaming colt, for which he paid $.000. There was a general supposition that In. was acting for John. K. Madden, .who sat with him and did considerable coaching. II. T. .Griff in bid ill for Sti,.jKI the chestnut filly by Friar Rock Plume, and is said to have acted for the account of .lames .1". Smith, wealthy California coal baron, who recently bought the entire- II. T. Oxnard crop of yearlings. Prominent turfmen from .all. parts, of the country attended the sale and favorable comment was heard from breeders over the prices realized. In addition to the yearlings the brood mares Last Rays and Serenest, both bred to Friar Rock last spring, were disposed of and went to .1. S. Rarboo, respectively for ,000 and . The complete sale follows: Property of Wikiup Stock Farm. Ray or brown colt, by Friar Rock Swan Song, ly Pen P.rnsh; jj K. Widener... ,0,000 Chestuuffilly, by Friar "ROekTltliue, by" Woolsthorpe: II. T. Griff Ti, . 0,300 Chctnut colt, by Friar Keck Dreaming; by Itcn P.rnsh; A. S. Mendelsohn 0,000 Chestnut colt, by Friar Rock Miss Korgia. by Mortlake; A. S. Mendelsohn 3,000 Chestnut colt, by Friar Rock Problem, by Superman: A. S. Mendelsohn... 3,000 Chestnut colt, by Friar Rock Sea Air, by Pirate of Penzance; A. S. Mendelsohn.-... -1,100 Chestnut colt, by Disguise Hold Girl, by Ogden; S. 1. Harlan . 3.U00 Chestnut filly, by Friar RockSanta Malta, by Sanctuary; II. T. Griffin .".100 P. lack filly, by Friar Roc; Adoration 11., by Xeil Gow; Willis Sliarpe Kilmer 2,1500 Chestnut colt, by Friar Rock Katharine G.. by Dick Finnell; II. T. Griffin 2,000 Kay or brown filly, by Friar Rock Maure- tania, by Ctinard: A. S. Mendelsohn........ ",100 Kiown or black filly, by Friar Rock Sweet Marjoram, by Dinna Forget: A. S. Mendelsohn ,. -,100 Kay or brown filly, by -Disguise P.lue Grass, by Hamburg; George Strato 1,300 Kay or brown filly, by Disguise Sanctuary, by Kroomstick; H. T. Griffin 1,100 Kay or brown colt, by Dick Finnell Queens Maid, by Ogden; William P. Kyne 1,100 Chestnut filly, by Disguise Dona Wini- freda, by Dr. Leggo; R. h. Gerry 050 Maxes. Last Rays, b. m. 12, by Peter Pan Sundown, by Springfield; .1.11. Karbeo . ..$ 3,000 Serenest, b. or br. m, t. by Trap Rock Souyerain,. by Rayon dOr; .1. S. Itarbee,. S00

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