Yearling Sales Continue: Forty-Two Head Disposed of for 0,550 Wednesday Night, Daily Racing Form, 1922-08-11

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i YEARLING SALES CONTINUE Forty-Two Head Disposed of for 0,550 Wednesday Night. Top Price for Dick Finnel Colt Mrs. R. L. Gerry Purchases Twin Colts. SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. T., August 10. Considerable action developed at last nights yearling auction sales and the bidding was more spirited than on any night since the opening. No startling high prices were realized, but there was a good market for colts and lillies that met with favor from the prospective buyers. The attendance was again of generous proportions with several newcomers participating in the bidding. The consignments sent into the ring included those of R. H. Anderson, Stone and Rucker, Carr and Piatt, L. A. Lyne, W. E. Walsh, E. Cary Ward and W. C. Patterson, Jr. Forty-two head were disposed of for 0,550, an average of ,441. Walsh furnished the starts of the evening in Ilav Jr.. a chestnut colt by Dick Finnell Moonet, and another colt of the same color by Thunderer Lady Moonet. The former was purchased by George V. Barnes, acting for C. W. Clark, at a cost of ,500. while Col. W. E. Applegate acquired the latter for some sentiment in connection 54,000. There was with these transactions, as the Clark Stable houses Tom Hare Jr., a half brother of the newlv -purchased colt, while Col. Applegate won" a stake with Ace High, which also is a son of Lady Moonet, These marked the lirst yearling acquisitions for either of these two turfmen. Kentuckians played a prominent part in the sales last night as a majority of the youngsters sold went to horsemen from the blue Grass state. E. R. Bradley was especially active, he purchasing six at a cost of ,200. J. C. Milam again added to his already large band of yearlings by purchasing three of the six sold by R. II. Anderson. Carr and Piatt disposed of eighteen for a total of 4,500, an average of ,361. The next largest band was that of L. A- Lyne, which brought 0,C00 for nine horses. An ovation was tendered a set of twin chestnut colts by Spanish Prince II. Western Lady from the R. H. Anderson consignment when they were led into the ring. Mrs. R. L. Gerry, who has twin sons, arose to the occasion and purchased the pair for 00 and announced that she would present one to each of her boys. The summary of the sales follows Property of B. H. Anderson. Bav or brown colt, by Delhi Temps, by Dick " Finnell; .T. C. Milam 000 Bay colt, by Dick Finnell Mayonnaise, by Bourbon Beau; J. Milam ? 3,100 Bay colt, by Charles Edward Carrie Hogan, by Dick Finnell; .T. C. Milam 1.CO0 Brown colt, by Charles Edward Lampover, by Lamplighter; IL lloseacher 500 Chestnut colt, bv Spanish Prince II. Western Lady, by Ogdcn; Mrs. K. L. Gerry.. 300 Chestnut eoit, by Spanish Prince II. Western Lady, by Ogdeu; Mrs. It. L. Gerry.. 300 Total $ 0400, Average per head $ 1,000 Property of Carr and Piatt. Black colt, by Dick Finnell Marbles, by Lissak; W. 1erkins 2,000 Chestnut filly, by Delhi Midnight, by Uncle; W. Martin 1.000 Chestnut filly, by Ormondale Graccnote, by Yankee; E. It. Bradley 1.200 Brown colt, by Delhi Mistress Quickly, by Nasturtium: O. Itehm 2.C00 Black filly, by DiJk Finnell Diamond Grain, by Fowling-piece; C. T. Wo:thington. . 2,200 Brown filly, by Black Touey Minawand, by Lonawand; T. I. Hayes COO Black colt, bv Dick Finnell Miss Caldwell, by Cunard; V. Garth $ 2,800 Black filly, by Dick Finnell Chestnut Belle, by Pirate of Penzance; It. L. Gerry 1,800 Chestnut fillv, by Ballot Polly D., by Delhi; E. It. Bradley 1.200 Bar colt, bv Hessian Kate D.. by Cesarion; .T. Byers 900 Brown fillv. by Fnder Fire Caprice, by Hamburg; E. It. Bradley l.SOO Black colt, bv lto?k View Sainville, by Sain; Syndicate Stable 900 Brown colt, by Delhi Morion, by Helmet; C. A. Stoneham 1,800 Bay colt, by Dick Finnell Expressing, by Star Shoot; G. E. Knobelkamp 1,200 Bay filly, by De.hi Zenobia, by David Gar-rick; II. Itoeacher 300 Bay filly, b" Ick Finnell Matchette, by Matchmaker; T. 1. Hayes 300 Bay colt, bv Frizzle Lucy Jaeksoh, by llock View; J. H. Tevis TOO Bay filly, by Cataract Mary Hunter, by Orison; W. K. Applegate . C00 Total 4,300 Average per head $ 1,361 Prroperty of 1. A. Lyne. Chestnut colt, by Wormleighton Daisy Piatt, by Marta Santa; II. C. Fisher $ 3,000 Chestnut filly, by Wormleighton Bessie Moore, by Hastings; J. S. Ward 1,000 Chestnut colt, by Wormleighton Glad, by Bryn Mawr; Syndicate Stable 1,000 Bay filly, by Wormleighton Lady de Jar- nette, by Peep oDay; H. It. Bradley ...1,100 Bay " filly, by Wormleighton Country Fraud, by ieceiver; Kentucky Sales Co 1,000 Chestnut filly, by Ballot Polly Connelly, by Disguise; K. It. Bradley 1,300 Chestnut filly, by Wormleighton Pirate Polly, by Pirate of renzance; H. Itose- acher - 1.100 Bay filly, by Wormleighton Little Fraud, by Deceiver; D. Breckinridge 900 Brown filly, by High Time Grace Harban, by Duke of Ormonde; Syndicate Stable.. 200 Total 0,600 Average per head $ 1,177 Property of W. C. Patterson, Jr. Bay colt, by George Smith Nethcrcole, by Tournament; S. I. Riddle $ 2,100 Chestnut filly, by Ballot Flyins Colors, by Star Shoot; C. T. Worthington 300 Total $ 2.900 Average per bead $ 1,430 Property cf Stone and Eucker. Brown colt, by Sweep Lcmco, by Ducat; B. F. Whitney ..$ 2,300 Brown filly, by Sweep Lady Eastman, by Masetto; E. It. Bradley 1,000 Bay colt, by Everest Pliant, by The Commoner; E. F. Whitney 1,303 Bay filly, by Cataract Policy, by Todding- ton; J. Byer 300 Total $ 3,000 Average per head $ 1,475 Property of W. E. Walsh. Chestnut colt, by Dick Finnell Moonet, by Donald A.; C. W. Clark . $ 3,500 I , Chestnut colt,, by Thunderer Lady Moonet, by Dick Welles; W. E. Applegate 4,000 Total . $ 9,500 Average- per head ....$ 4,730 Property of E. Cary Ward. Bay ..filly, by Ballot Erie Belle, by King Eric; W. Perkins . $ 750 I Grand total 42- head 1922.sh0,530 Average: per bead ......$ 1;441

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