Sea King Colts Favored: Two Bring Top Prices in Tuesday Sales - Sanford Yearlings Are Well Liked, Daily Racing Form, 1922-08-17

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SEA KING COLTS FAVORED Two Bring Top Prices in Tuesday Sales Sanford Yearlings tc to H. Are Well Liked. fi F SARATOGA SPRINGS. N. T., August 16. ai Thirty-seven yearlings, comprising the consignments of the Sanford Stud Farm, Belair it it Farm. Brownell Combs, Lewis Garth, O. D. g Randolph, II. P. Whitney, Al Smith, Mead- c owview Farm, A. A. Reilly and W. E. Mat- t to thews, were disposed of at the Fasig-Tipton auction sales last night for 5,700, an aver-age of ,505. Moderate prices were the rule 1-for a majority of the youngsters, but it was . the same old story, those that favorably im- pressed the prospective buyers were much in demand, while it was a hard matter to elicit even a starting bid on some of the others. Lewis Garth furnished the top price yearlings of the night, a chestnut colt by Sea King Belle Clem and a brown colt by the same sire, dam Glad Tidings. Both were bought by William Daniel for ,100 each. John Loftus, trainer of the Oak Ridge Stable, which is well supplied with the progeny of Sea King, was hot after the Belle Clem colt, but IT. L. Jones, acting for Mr. Daniel, outlasted him in the bidding. The Garth yearlings made by far the best showing of the night, as six of them brought 9,800, an average of ,300. The lowest price for any of this consignment was ,500, and there was action for them on the part of the bidders from the moment they were led into the ring. Sixteen of tne Sanford Stud Farm yearlings yielded a return of 4,000, an average of ,537.50. This sale started off as though big things were in store for the Hurricana youngsters, as the first colt offered, Sligo, a bay son of The Curragh Consuelo IL, brought 4.500. He went to John F. Schorr after a stirring bidding controversy with Samuel C. Hildreth. None of the others reached such a high figure. The Rancocas Stable and J. C. Milam were very active last night. Hildreth added five yearlings to his already largo Dand at a cost of ,000, while Milam purchased four for a total of ,200. Willis Sharpe Kilmer cut into the proceedings last night for the first time. He made J two purchases from the Sanford collection at a cost of ,900. The summary of the sale follows: I Property of Belair Farm. Hay colt, lv Escoba Plausible, by Plaudit; i J. C. Milam $ i.500 " Chestnut filly, by lctcr Quince White Slave I Adam ISede; Rancocas Stable 1,300 Chestnut colt, by Sweep On Majestic, by Og- den; .1. Milam 1.100 Chestnut colt, by The Manager Lauretta Stalworthy, by Stalwart; T. J. Shannon. COO Total ? Average per head 5 1,125 Property of Brownell Combs and Belair Farm. , Bay filly, bv Peter Quince Sarnia, by Que- : bee; J. C. Milam $ 3,000 Bay fillv, by The Manager Aqua Pura, by Yankee; A. Serpell SCO Total $ 3,500 Average per head $ 1,750 Property of lewis Garth. Chestnut colt, by Sea King Belle Clem, by Contestor; W. Daniel $ 5,100 Brown colt, by Sea King Glad Tidings, by Knight of the Thistle; W. Daniel 5,100 Brown or bnv filly, by Sea King Stake and Cap Ellisdale; J. S. Cosden 3.GCO Bay fillv, bv Wrack The Busybody, by Meddler; J. S. Ward 2,500 Bay colt, bv Wrack Stellarina, by Star Shoot; .7. L. Holland 2,000 Chestnut colt, by Sea King Chilton Queen, by Chilton; P. M. Rurch 1,500 Total 9,000 Average per head ? 3,300 Property of Meadow View Farm. Bay colt, by Vinder Rural, by Moharib; J. T. Beady , $ 200 Chestnut colt, by Vinilex Banner, by Batten; B. A. Lane 100 Chestnut colt, by Vindex Sally Boots, by Doctor Boots; J. U. Tcvis 100 Total S 400 Average per head $ 133 Property of "W. E. Matthews, Bay colt, by Jack Atkin Lady Fesca, by Ethelbert; J. S. Holland $ 400 Grand total 5,700 Average 37 head $ 1,505 Property of Sanford Stud Farms. Bay colt, by The Curragh Consuelo II., by Bradwardine; J. P. Schorr $ 4,500 Bay colt, by Xassovian La Paraguaya, by Flying Fox; T. P. Hayes 3,200 Bay Wily, by Maintenon La Cagoule, by Chcii; Itancocas Stable 2,000 Bay colt, by ltockton Juvenescence, by Junior; W. Daniel 2,100 Bay filly, by George Smith Vantage IL, by Bock Sand; W. S. Kilmer 1,600 Bay colt, by ltockton Affiance, by Clifford; W. Daniel 1,000 Bay colt, by The Curragh Placentia, by Bay- ardo; T. P. Hayes 800 Brown colt, by George Smith Winning Witch, by Broomstick; L. N. Byer 800 Bay colt, by The Curragh Mabel Strauss, by Uncle; A. Brook 700 Bay filly, by The Curragh Tuscaloosa, by Chuctanuuda; H. S. Bowns 700 Bay filly, by George Smith Eleusinia, by Isi- dor; J. C. Milam COO Bay filly, by North Star III. Folklore, by Star Shoot; Rancocas Stable COO Bay colt, by The Curragli Cola, by Com- bourg; M. Lowenstein 500 Bay filly, by The Curragh Zulietta, by Trap Rock; T. P. Hayes 500 .Bay or brown filly, by Nassovian Laclia, by Gallinulc; Itancocas Stable 500 Bay filly, by Xassovian Gcnny, by St. Da- mlen; W. S. Kilmer 300 Total 4,000 Average per head 1,537.50 Property of 0. D. Randolph. Brown filly, by Delhi Grace Cunard, by Cunard; II. S. Bowns $ 500 Bay filly, by Frizzle Lady Fanchen, by Great Britain; John Payne 300 Total $ S00 Average per head 400 Property of A. A. Eeilly. Chestnut filly, by Campfire Josio A., by Superman; A. A. Keilly $ 1,000 Property of H. P. "Whitney and Al Sniitha. Bay filly, by Peter Pan Queen Land, by Do Beauvoir; W. V. Walsh .. $ 400 Chestnut colt, by Peter Pan Dorval, by Darebiu; W. J. Powell 300 Total ? 700 Average per-head... 350

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