Saratoga Sales Upward Trend: Himyar Stud and Mrs. Wilfrid Viau Yearlings Bring Substantial Prices - Thirty-Six Youngsters Sell for 40,200, Daily Racing Form, 1921-08-13

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SARATOGA SALES UPWARD TREND HIMYAR STUD AND MPS. WILFRID VIAU YEARLINGS BRING SUBSTANTIAL PRICES-- THIRTY-SIX YOUNGSTERS SELL FOR 40,200 SARATOGA, N. Y., August 12. The crest of the yearling market was reached Thursday night when the Fusig-Tipton Company sold in its Saratoga ring the consignment from the Himyar Stud P. T. Chinn, that of Mrs. Wilfrid Viau and three colts offered by Messrs. A. E. Hundley and Harry Payne Whitney. Not a single youngster went for under ,000, and yet no sensational bidding materialized. The competition was steady and the bidding sound at all times. The Himyar offerings comprised twenty colts and Fillies, some having noted sires and famous dams, the highest priced one here being the Fair Play Couronnc dc Lauricr colt, which S. C. Ilildrcth secured on his offer of 8,600 and had him put down to the account of Harry Payne Whitney. Frank J. Kelley, well known business man and sportsman of Chicago, who has been a prominent buyer of high priced yearlings this year, secured the McGee Enchantress II. colt lor ,200, and J. C. Milam became the possessor of the colt by Sweep Sournoise on his bid of ,000. This trio of the higher priced ones were in the Himyar Stud consignment, the entire number realizing the handsome total of 8,300, an average of ,415. Mrs. Viaus offerings consisted of thirteen head, with the filly by Broomstick Embroidery the star of the aggregation, and secured by Bud Fisher for ,000. The noted creator of Mutt and Jeff again played a conspicuous part in the nights bidding, but only succeeded in securing two colts and one filly, at a cost of 8,000 for the trio. The thirteen in Mrs. Viaus band aggregated G,800, an average of ,600. The Hundley-Whitney trio sold for ,100. The entire nights offering consisted of thirty-six youngsters, which sold for a grand total of 40,200, a grand average of ,894. The attendance, while "riot"""us large as on the occasions of the several previous sales due probably to the threatening weather and slight shower prior to the beginning of the sale included most of the prominent owners, trainers, breeders and prospective buyers of high grade yearlings that has concentrated here. The complete summary of the sale follows: Property of Himyar Stud. Purchase Color.Scx. Pedigree. Buyer. Price. Chestnut colt, by Fair Play Couronne dc Lauricr, by Verdun II. P. Whitney ,300 Bay colt, by McGee Enchantress II., by Collar F. .1. Kelley 8,200 bay colt, by Sweep Sournoise, by Vcrwood I. C. Milam 8,000 Black colt, by Black Toney Cain Chaser, by Otis II. C. Fisher 6,500 Brown colt, by Jim Gaffney Racy, by Burgomaster The Allies Stable " 6,100 Chestnut colt, by Delhi Lucrative, by Mordant R. L. Gerry 5,500 Chestnut colt, by Ballot Nettie Hastings, by Hastings M. Hirsch 5,200 Chestnut colt, by Cunard Cousin Martha, by Pirate of Penzance. The Allies Stable 4,600 Bay colt, by Dick Finnell Starland, by Star Shoot S. C. Hildreth 4,500 Chestnut colt, by Ultimus Sarnia, by Quebec S. C. Hildreth 4,500 Brown colt, by Sweep Sea Mist, by Fowling-piece Triple Springs Farm 4,100 Bay filly, by Sweep Santa Maria, by Golden Maxim... t Triple Springs Farm 3,700 Chestnut colt, by Ballot Triad, by Star Shoot Triple Springs Farm 3,600 Bay fill, by Fair Play Keystone, by Marajax..,, B. Bloch 3,500 Brown filly, by Fair Play Free Love, by Chouberski ...S. P. Harlan 3.500 Bay colt, by Jim Gaffney Oasis, by Commando F. Housman 2,500 Chestnut filly, by Delhi La Grande Armcc.. by Verdun S. A. Clopton 2,000 Brown filly, by Sweep Alburn, by Alcantara II S. A. Clopton 1,500 Brown filly, by Frizzle Seemly, by Torpoint J. A. Coburn 1,200 Bay filly, by Dick Finnell Anna Hastings, by Hastings P. J. Lavin 1,000 Property of Mrs. Wilfrid Viau. Dark bay or brown filly, by Broomstick Embroidery, by Celt II. C. Fisher ,000 Bay colt, by Wrack Desirous, by Hamburg T. Hcalcy 6,100 Bay colt, by Wrack Golding, by Flint Rock M. L. Schwartz 5.100 Black filly, by Celt Keadean II., by Gallinule I. K. L. Ross 5,100 Chestnut fill, by Celt Workm aid, by Fatherless G. D. Widcner 4,600 Chestnut colt, by Celt Honey Bee, by Hamburg H. C. Fisher 4,500 Chestnut colt, by Celt Sand Dune, by Rock Sand E. Johnson 3,800 Chestnut filly, by Celt Prude, by Meddler J. C. Milam 3,000 Black filly, by Celt Mimesis, by Ogdcn S. C. Ilildrcth 2.500 Brown colt, by Celt Silent Queen, by Forfarshire E. F. Whitney 1,800 Black colt, by Celt Orowoc, by Hamburg Riviera Stable 1,200 Brown filly, by Celt Patricia II., by Ard Patrick R. J. Brown 1,100 Bay colt, by Wrack French Essex, by Volodyovski R. J. Brown 1.000 Property of A. E. Hundley and Son and Harry Payne Whitney. Chestnut filly, by Peter Pan Hollywood, by Ballot S. P. Harlan ,100 Brown colt, by Peter Pan Rusty Coat, by Ethelbcrt S. A. Clopton 1,500 Property of A. E. Hundley and Son. Chestnut colt, by Everest Lily Trayne, by Bradwardine C. Buxton ,500

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