Cebrians Sale on Tuesday: Dispersal of His Well-Stocked Stud Will Take Place at Keeneland Farm, Daily Racing Form, 1924-01-22


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3 ! - 1 1 J 1 1 1 1 : 1 ! 1 ! j CEBRIANS SALE ON TUESDAY Dispersal of His Well-Stocked Stud Will Take Place at Keeneland Farm. LEXINGTON, Ky., Jan. 21. The event of the forthcoming week in thoroughbred horse breeding circles will be the dispersal sale on Tuesday afternoon, January 22, of Edward . Cebrians entire stud. This sale will be held, under a huge tent on Keeneland Farm, , about five miles from Lexington on the Ver- j sailles Pike. It will be under the auspices j of the Kentucky Sale Company, with George: A. Bain as auctioneer, and will begin promptly at 1 oclock. There will be luncheon at 12 oclock. j The vendue will comprise the stallions, Troutbeck, American Ace and Ionian, the , latter a three-year-old that willdo for racing; thirty-eight brood mares, twenty-four weanlings and two two-year-old geldings. Mr. Cebrian returned from New York last night and is giving his personal attention to arrangements at the farm for the sale. He has let it be known that this sale is to be entirely without reservation and that every animal catalogued is to be passed on to a new owner for the highest bid obtainable. The expectation is that there will be a large attendance at the sale, because the stud is made up of individuals of excellent blood and the greater number of the mares are young and already proved as producers. Others are imported mares from fashionable lines. There is a strong demand for thoroughbred mares and yearlings, and it is to be expected that this sale will be in keeping with the recent sales in England and that it will afford a line on the American, market for the year 1924.

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