Yearling Prices Remain High In Great Britain and Ireland: Thirty Head Cost ,500 or More Each in 1942 Vendues; Nearcos Stock in Demand, Daily Racing Form, 1943-05-24


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Yearling Prices Remain High In Great Britain and Ireland Thirty Head Cost 4500 or More Each in 7942 V Vendues endues Neorcos Stock in Demand DemandBy By Special Correspondent NEWMARKET England Thirty year ¬ lings sold for 1000 guineas about 4500 at present rate of exchange or more at the different sales held in England and Ireland last year Youngsters by the Ital ¬ ianbred sire Nearco son of Pharos and Nogara brought the average highest prices as two of his fillies the only stock by the imported alien went for a total of 38150 One filly Near East a bay out of Singa ¬ pores Sister by Gainsborough brought 22500 from Squadron Leader Stanhope Joel and the other filly Brenda Mar a bay out of Flinders by Tetratema went to trainer J C Waugh for 15650 15650The The stock of Hyperion by Gainsborough out of Selene brought the next highest average only three of his offspring one colt and two fillies being offered for sale They realized the total of 50125 Hy ¬ perions colt a bay out of Eclair by Eth narch made the seasons highest yearling price of 36100 He was purchased by trainer Frank Butters acting for his chief patron Aga Khan This yearling was bred by the American Marshall Field at his TallyH6 Stud County Westmeath Ireland Hyperosena the bay filly by Hyperion out of Border Rose by Twelve Pointer sold for 8550 to W Walker and the other filly by Hyperion leading sire for the past three years is White Christmas a gray daughter of Entrance by Son and Heir brought 5475 from Lord Milton MiltonThree Three by Fairway Bring 27135 27135Another Another of Lord Derbys famous stallions Fairway son of Phalaris and Scapa Flow occupied third place under this heading three of his youngsters bringing a total of 27135 Of this sum 18000 was paid by J Clayton for the bay filly out of Comet by Hurry On Captain Barnes expended 8850 in the purchase of a bay colt by the St Leger winner out of Solfatara by Solario The third Fairway youngster brought only 285 285The The first of the young stock of the 1939 Two Thousand Guineas and Derby Stakes winner Blue Peter by Fairway from Fancy Free were offered and four head sold for 39240 an average of 9810 Top price of 20600 was for the bay colt out of Cen teno by Blandford purchased by Miss Dorothy Paget A Blue Peter filly a bay out of Serena Blandish by Gainsborough sold for 11250 to trainer George Beeby BeebyOnly Only Two Bahram Yearlings YearlingsNext Next came the unbeaten Triple Crown winner Bahram son of Blandford and Friars Daughter now at the stud in Amer ¬ ica Only two of the exported sires stock came up for sale a bay filly out of Alf lame by Asterus taking 9000 from J Hamer while a colt by the Irishbred sire a bay out of Hermia by Hurry On sold f or 7475 to M Donaldson Another exported sire whose young stock sold well was the 1926 Two Thousand Guineas and Derby Stakes winner Camer onian by Pharos out of Una Cameron now at the stud in Australia Three of his yearlings sold for 20385 with a top price of 17100 for a brother to the St Leger Stakes winner Scottish Union a bay colt out of Trustful by Bachelors Double pur ¬ chased by J C Allen j It may interest American breeders to learn that the Frenchbred Epsom Derby Stakes winner Mahmoud by Blenheim n out of Mah Mahal now at C V Whitneys stud in Kentucky had six yearlings on offer They sold for an aggregate of 18090 with a top price of 11700 for Estrellita a chest ¬ nut daughter of Fille de Salut by Sanso vino bought by Lord Milton at Messrs Goff s Ballsbridge Dublin sales

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