Sale at Jamaica, Daily Racing Form, 1927-05-09


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~ SALE AT JAMAICA — _ — . 4 JAMAICA RACK TRACK, May 7.— Seventeen thoroughbred horses in training were sold at auction yesterday in the paddock at Jamaica by the Fasig-Tipton Company for a total of 6,325. The largest offering was for the horses of the disposal of Bedford Farms Stable, which was owned by the late Senator Cooper. Rag Weed brought the top price and was , bought by Harry S. .lobes for ,600. Edward , Arlington paid ,100 for Imported Boyard. The Tackle, belonging to the Bedford Farms Stable, was bought for 10 by C. Moore. Auctioneer John W. Bain wielded the gavel. The summary follows : Rag Weed, Harry S. Jobes, .600 : Durie M., B. A. Lane, ,700 ; Hominy, E. Arlington, ,700 ; Laska, A. B. Walker. 00 ; Lois Rinehart, Tom OHara, ,100; Bedford Saint, Mrs. F. Classon, ,800 ; Bedford Prince, William McMath, 5; Bedford Dream. J. Byer, ,600; Bedford Queen, E. Arlington, ,900; Bedford Lassie. A. D. Morton, 00; Interval, Miss E. Thompson, 50 ; Boyard, K. Arlington, ,100; Clavi. hord, Peter Coode, ,500; Horologe, James Coffee, ,300; Blue Ridge, E. H. Garrison, ,600; Blether, W. J. Fitzpatrick. 00 : Anchester, L. I.aux, 50; Poeticule, J. Zoeller, 50 ; a lead pony for 0.

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