Naylor Dispersal Monday Afternoon: Offer 37 Broodmares, 16 Yearlings, Three Juveniles in Big California Auction, Daily Racing Form, 1955-06-27


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Naylor Dispersaf Monday Afternoon Offer 37 Broodmares, 16 Yearlings, Three Juveniles In Big California Auction RIVERSIDE, Calif., June 25. One of the most important dispersal sales of thoroughbreds in recent years comprising the breeding and racing stock- of W. W. "Tiny" TSTaylor will command the interest of turf followers here Monday afternoon. Some 80 thoroughbreds will go under the hammer at the vendue, presented by the Fasig-Tipton Co. in conjunction with the California Thoroughbred Breeders Association. John Finney, son of the president and general manager of Fasig-Tipton, Humphrey S. Finney, will begin calling for bids with auctioneer George Swinebroad promptly at 2:30 p. m. The dispersal will consist of 37 outstanding broodmares, 24 of them to be sold with foals at side as a "package"; 16 promising yearlings by the stallions Kings Abbey, Unbelievable, Cal-stone and Roman In, and a trio of two-year-old fillies Aunt Tiens, Darktown Lass and Woo-Me-Now, the latter a handy winner last week at Hollywood Park. To Syndicate Stallions In addition, the home stallions Kings Abbey and Unbelievable will- be syndicated on a share basis and sales visitors may secure shares at the farm on the day of the auction. The dispersal will take place at the Naylor and Sons Farm, one of the most beautiful and perfectly-appointed thoroughbred nurseries in the Far West. It is located at 5100 Mission Blvd. on Highway 60, bordering on the western outskirts of Riverside. Prospective buyers may inspect all of the horses to be sold at the farm all day Sunday and up to sale time Monday. Not since the break-up of the fabulous turf empire of movieman Louis B. Mayer W. W. TINY NAYLOR His stock goes on the block Monday afternoon. a few years ago have buyers been afforded the opportunity to acquire the type of stock to be offered at the Naylor vendue. The popular restaurant tycoon, who has been associated with racing and breeding in California for almost two decades, has gathered together one of-the finest broodmare bands obtainable. A siege of ill health in recent months forced the decision to dispose of his thoroughbred holdings and the broodmares, weanlings, yearlings and two-year-olds will go on the block without reserve of any kind. I

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