untitled, Daily Racing Form, 1933-08-10


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i j j J ! ! j I IMPORTANT DAYLIGHT SALE 1 ENTIRE YEARLING CROP DUNTREATH FARM AND ASSOCIATES INCLUDING R. L. JURDEN AND RICHARD A. BAKER j C. J. FITZ GERALD YEARLINGS I Bred at Mereworth Stud and Individual Offerings by J. O. Keene j I Handsome, sound sons and daughters of Victorian first crop, Pennant, j j Epinard, Display, Swift and Sure, Pharamond II., Supremus, Sweep, Wildair, Upset, I Black Servant, Blue Larkspur, Masked Marvel and Axenstein, from daughters of Roi I I Herode, Man o War, Fair Play, Capt. Cuttle, Colin, Light Brigade, Son-in-Law, $ ! Black Toney, Celt, Junior, Chicle, Bachelors Double, Star Shoot, My Play, Brown I Prince, American Flag, Luke McLuke and other noted sires. j- SARATOGA RACE TRACK PADDOCK i COURTESY OF THE SARATOGA DIRECTORATE j THURSDAY, AUGUST 17TH, AT 11 A. M. j i ANIMALS MAY BE INSPECTED AT THE FITZGERALD PADDOCKS, BOWMAN ! STREET NEAR THE NELSON AVENUE ENTRANCE TO THE TRACK I I AFTER SUNDAY, AUGUST 13TH i j For Catalogs Apply to C. J. FitzGerald, 61 North St., Saratoga Springs, N. Y., or $ 250 Park Ave., New York City; Thoroughbred Record, Lexington, Hy.; I I The Blood Horse, Lexington, Ky. I J GEORGE A. BAIN, Auctioneer C. J. FitzGerald, Director of Sale j

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