Market Low in France, Daily Racing Form, 1932-08-27


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MARKET LOW IN FRANCE DEAUVTLLE, France, Aug. 26. Prices were so low and bidders so few that yearling sales here today were a dismal failure. Not since the war have young thoroughbreds been in so little demand, and breeders ara frankly apprehensive about the future of their industry. Many withdrew their offerings from the sales. The Aga Khan changed his plans about selling when his yearlings failed to reach their reserve prices. Ha withdrew them and decided to train them for racing under his own colors. The only cheering note was struck when Frank Carter, the English trainer, paid about ,000 for a colt by Bruleur Versatile.

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