Sales Company Plans: To Incorporate and Offer Stock to Breeders and Sportsmen, Daily Racing Form, 1924-08-21


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SALES COMPANY PLANS To Incorporate and Offer Stock to Breeders and Sportsmen. SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y., Aug. 20. Plans have been perfected by Charles F. Hill that promise to do much for the thoroughbred horse market. Mr. Hill will incorporate his Thoroughbred Sales Company, and offer stock to the breeders as well as sportsmen interested in the horse market. The first offer will be made the breeders and in that the company will be to an extent co-operative. This is a plan that was suggested to Mr. Hill some time ago and there will be no trouble in disposing of the stock among the breeders. George A. Bain has been engaged as auctioneer for the reorganized company and it is proposed to make a real drive for the yearling sales of next year. A site has been selected for a sale paddock hero in Saratoga, and it is proposed to have another in Chicago for the convenience of the middle west. This is an appreciation of the return of racing to Hawthorne and it is entirely possible that the Chicago mart will be a particularly good one.

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