Forty-Six Horses Go Under Hammer Today: First of Two Selling Sessions Scheduled at Belmont Course, Daily Racing Form, 1954-06-09


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Forty-Six Horses Go Under Hammer Today First of Two Selling Sessions Scheduled at Belmont Course BELMONT PARK, Elmont, L. I., N. Y., June 8. Forty-six thoroughbreds consigned by 20 different owners will go under the hammer at Belmont Park Wednesday morning, with the Fasig-Tipton Company, acting as auctioneers. There is to be another vendue of racing stock on Thursday morning. Among Wednesday mornings consignors are Maine Chance Farm, Dor-Mar Stable, High Ground Stable, Mrs. C. Oliver Iselin, George D. Widener, Wood-Lyn Stable and Mrs. John R. H. Thouron. Eleven horses originally entered in the sale by Carolyn K. Stable have been withdrawn. Included in the High Ground Stables group of six horses is Landseair, five-year- old black son of Balladier Dog Show who has won two of his five races to date this year, finishing second twice, and who captured four of his 21 starts in 1953, finishing second five times and third twice. In the Dor-Mar Stables dispersal are Easy Paddy, consistent five-year-old gelding; Charming Way, also a consistent performer, and Nero Fiddled, who whirled five and a half furlongs in 1 : 04 when he was graduated from the maiden ranks at Washington Park last year. Among the three horses being disposed of by George D. Widener is Cerul A., three-year-old daughter of Roman Blue Grail, who raced during the recent meeting at Garden State Park, and in the Mrs. John R. H. Thouron quartet are Fastnet Rock. Lackadaisical, Snow Man -and Turkoman.

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