Action Sale at Jamaica: Billy Warren Brings Top Price of ,300- Hephaistos Goes for ,700, Daily Racing Form, 1924-10-07


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AUCTION SALE AT JAMAICA Billy Warren Brings Top Price of ,300 Hephaistos Goes for 700. NEW YORK, N. T., Oct. 6. The disposal sale, held in the paddock at Jamaica Saturday under the auspices of the Fasig-Tipton Company attracted a large attendance and resulted in spirited bidding on choice lots. A total of twenty-four head was sold for a total of 520,650. Frank E. Browns Billy Warreri proved the outstanding star in a financial way and after brisk bidding he was knocked down to Frank Herold on his bid of ,300. Hephaistos, winner of many stake races in his career, went to the same buyer oh his bid of ,700. The summary of the sale follows : Horse. Buyer. Price. Billy Warren; Frank Ilorold $ C.300 Hephaistos; Frank Herold 4,700 Aragon; Joaquin Stable 2,500 Jonathan; J. MeXaniara 1,000 Tinker Bell; II. S. Hollis 850 Lady Gallivant; Kirk and Bachrac.h 700 Peccant; Nate Byer 500 Uinna; C. Cafferelli 450 High View; M. A. Silvers, agent 400 The Puritan II.; L. H. Conger 375 Sky Flight; L. H. Conger 350 Pole Star; M. J. Katz 275 Girl o lly Heart; Major Christianson 230 Carmen Vantages; George Choos 250 Silene; M. A. Silvers, agent 225 Kollicking; F. Byer 300 Kose berry; J. T. ElswirtU 200 Firearm; John Archer 200 Flight; F. I. Frank 200 Omar the Tentmaker; J. Leider 125 Salvage; J. C. Daly 125 Llanimp; Major Christianson 125 Lux; K. Sietas ioo Coral Koek; Paul Connelly 100

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