Pebbles Sold for 0,000: B. B. Jones Buys Promising Stallion from James Butler, Daily Racing Form, 1924-02-13


view raw text

PEBBLES SOLD FOR 0,000 B. B. Jones Buys Promising Stallion from James Butler. Horse Now on His Way From East View Stad to Kentucky in Same Car With Trystcr. LEXINGTON, Ky., Feb. 12. Pebble?, twelve-year-old brown stallion, by Ben Brush Running Stream, by Domino, has been purchased by B. B. Jones from James Butler of New York, for a price reported to have beca 0,000. Pebbles is being transferred from East View to Kentucky and is to stand at the farm of E. Cary Ward in Scott County, where Rouleau now is. Pebbles is a brother to Cataract and half brother to Ultimus, a sire, and to Runnymede. Cataract and Runnymede are both in California. Cataract is owned by Treacy and Walker of Lexington and is at John H. Rosseters Wikiup Ranch until next June. George Strate, who formerly was employed by Rosse-ter and who arranged for the lease on Cataract, now is employed by B. B. and Montfort Jones at Audley Farm is understood that it was at his suggestion that the purchase was made, he having seen qualities in Cataract that impressed him. Pebbles is en route to Kentucky in the car with Trys-ter, which is to go to Beaumont Farm. Adele, by Burgomaster, has foaled a bay filly by Wildair at Short Grass Stud Farm. The way in which foals are arriving at thia farm indicates that quite a number of the mares will have colts or fillies at foot on Washingtons birthday, the day of the sale. Senator J. W. Baileys Happy Kate, on Monday, had a bay colt by Pataud at Done-; gal Farm.

Persistent Link:
Local Identifier: drf1924021301_1_9
Library of Congress Record: