Americans Buying Abroad, Daily Racing Form, 1922-09-15


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AMERICANS BUYING- ABROAD LONDON, England, September 14. The Doncaster yearling sales thus far have been marked by considerable activity in the bidding on the part of representatives of American buyers. The colt by Sunstar Mitylene was purchased for an American for 1,500 Tuesday. This youngster shares the honor of drawing top price with the colt by Santoi Countess Torby, which went to an English buyer for a similar amount. The average for the fifty-three yearlings sold Tuesday was ?2,425 and for the seventy-seven disposed of Wednesdays ,240. Top prices realized at Wednesdays sale were 0,000, paid for the colt by Grand Parade Donnetta, by the Aga Khan ; 8,000 paid for the colt by Hurry On Saint Genevieve, by F. Darling, and 1,000 paid for the filly by Tracery Oenone, by II. Gooch. Other youngsters purchased for export to the United States include a colt by Spearmint Forget Not and a colt by Friar Marcus Paloma.

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