Fifty-Four Juveniles Fetch 80,000 at Indian Auctions, Daily Racing Form, 1943-05-12


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FiftyFour Juveniles Fetch 180000 at Indian Auctions AuctionsBy By Special Correspondent BOMBAY India The bloodstock sales held at Bombay in February saw fiftyfour twoyearolds change hands for a grand aggregate of more than fortyfive thou ¬ sand pounds about 180000 at the present rate of exchange The top price was three thousand three hundred and ev entyfive pounds about 13500 paid by the staunch supporter of Indian racing the Maharajah of Gwallor for a bay colt by Sheridan out of Phillips Sheridan a half brother to the 1927 Derby Stakes winner Call Boy is by SoninLaw from Comedienne by Bachelors Double DoublePrince Prince Aly Khan gave one thousand eight hundred and seventyfive pounds about 7500 for a filly by Michoumy out of Laughing Water a mare that was imported into India when carrying a pledge to Michoumy The last named sire a chestnut eightyearold son of the 1927 Grand Prix de Paris winner Fiterari out of Valdivia is one of three young stal ¬ lions that James V Rank has holding court at the Theakston Hall Stud Bedale Yorkshire England this year yearIn In all Rank has six stallions at the stud in the Mother country this season in ¬ cluding the 1938 St Leger winner Scottish Union which horses first get will be rac ¬ ing this year

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