Blackford Estate Sale: Horses of the Late Texan Turfman Sold at Auction-Maximac Brings Top Price, Daily Racing Form, 1923-04-28


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i 1 j I I i ! j I | , | | I I ! j I BLACKFORD ESTATE SALE Horses of Late Texan Turfman Sold at Auction — Maximac Brings Top Price. HAVRE DE GRACE, Md.. April 27.— A sale to close the estate of the late G. L, Blackford of Denison, Texas, banker and bleeder, was held in the paddock today previous to the running of the first race. An even dozen1 were programmed and brought a total of 2,200. The individual star of the sale wasj the brown colt Maximac, by Golden Maxim — Lily Mac, the winner of the Thanksgiving Handicap at Bowie last fall. Spirited bidding was developed for this one and he was sold to H. McDaniel, acting for J. K. L. Boss, on his bid of 2,000. The lowest price was for the two-year-old Ouida. which was sold for ,000. An average price of $: .515 was realized. The sale was conducted by the Thoroughbred Sales Company, with George Bain acting as auctioneer. Following is the sale in detail. Horse. Buyer. Price, Centimeter, M. C.oldblatt 4.700 Cohien Crest, M. Coldblatt 3.." O0 dmirer. F. Dp La tour 2.000 Maximac, J. K. U Hoss 2,000 Chief Curry, J. P. Welsh . 3» 0 Jlenlivet, J. O. McDonalil 1.300 Jim Kinney. OL IV Phillips 2.000 Princess Jane, S. Jouis 1.900 II. rmidale, Q. Phillips 2."»!0 Oacp, M. Ilirsch 4.00 Mucl.-an. W. J. Howard 3.100 Ouida. J. S. Evern 1.000, tl stock Pin. V. S. V. Randolph 3.10 tAir Tan, C. C. Smithson CO fAdded to sale.

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