Sales Of Kentucky Yearlings Deferred., Daily Racing Form, 1908-06-13


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SALES OF KENTUCKY YEARLINGS DEFERRED Lexington Ky June 12 Because of the passage of Governor Hughes pet measure the sale of thor ¬ oughbred yearlings scheduled for inauguration at Sheepshead lay June 1 will not open on that late if at all President Kd A Tipton of the Fasig Tipton Company telegraphed this morning to Garrett I Wilson not to send any yearlings east until he should hear from him further Alxmt noon Charles H Bcrryman manager of the Klmendorf Stud re ¬ ceived a telegram from James B Haggin instructing him that the contemplated shipment of his 1UO yearlings tomorrow be deferred until further orders All orders for cars recently placed with railroad companies have been countermanded countermandedI I do not know at this time what disposition 1 will make of my yearlings said Colonel Milton Young of McGrathiana Stud I prefer to wait a few days before making any expression as to the future The situation is seemingly hopeless but there is a possibility that It may not prove as bad as it seems seemsSuperintendent Superintendent W II Snyder of Hamburg Place received this morning a telegram from John K Madden reading Do not be alarmed over situation hen It will come out all right in the end endFletcher Fletcher Driver manager of T II Stevens Walr nut Hill Stud said The blow strikes us possibly more lightly than others for tho reason that we market none of our yearlings Mr Stevens races them on the Pacific coast Our yearlings will bo tried out in September and shipped west in Novem beiv Mr Stevens is now on his way to Kentucky for his first visit home in three years yearsKllintt Kllintt C Cowdin of Maplehurst Stud said I have not made up my mind about what I will do with my yearlings but I will not ship them to New York YorkMany Many of the breeders are still inclined to send their yearlings on and let them go for what they can get providing the sales company will handle them

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