Small Prices Are Realized, Daily Racing Form, 1922-10-29

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SMALL PRICES ARE REALIZED YONKERS, N. Y., October 2S. The sale of horses in training, conducted by the Fasig-Tipton Company in the Empire City paddock before the races today, did not bring the prices expected when Joe Areudig bought Amor Patriae and My Reverie for R. J. Brown and Carmen Pantages sold to dissolve the partnership of George Choos and AVilliam A. Shea, went to Mr. Choos for ?5,000. In addition to the horses in training that went under the hammer there were several recently imported yearlings that were sold. Following is the result of the sale : Yeaiiings. Bay filly, by Arzos Bete Xoir; C. Landers. . 250 Brown colt, by Thistleton Little JIascotte; C. Landers 525 Bay filly, by Farasi Merry Jun; P. J. Fouliy 375 Bay or brown filly, by Thistleton Maxical Maid; A. S. AVoodcliffe 350 Horses in Training: Horse. Buyer. Price Savoy B. A. Lan 000 Grandpa L. A. Couser ,200 Mily Von R. Mosscrot 425 Destination If. J. Bartk-s . ... 225 Doctor Doorley II. J. Carlsoi. 200 Bayonne B. A. Lane . 173 Gasconade K. D. Reyes 250 St Isidore L. AV. Ilines ., 400 Zens Lassie AV. P. Rice 275 Rejection G. Carroll 700 Marton K. 1. Reyes . . . , 250 Daniel A E. I. Reyes 475 Mabel McKane B. L. Squire 500 John MeGuirk II. J. Johnson 350 Kosecliff N 1 Hart S75 Runleigh S. Gooeh 1.05O Amor Patriae J. Acndig ,500 My Reverie J. Aendic 5,200 Carmen Pantages O. Choos 5,000 Geo. Choos G. Choos 000

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