Keene Yearlings Sold In England.: Nineteen Fetch an Average of ,293, Considered Good in England--Mackays Will Sell Here., Daily Racing Form, 1908-07-17


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KEENE YEARLINGS SOLD IN ENGLAND Nineteen Tctch an Average of 1293 Considered Good in England Mackays Will Sell Here The twenty Kccuo yearlings which arrived in Eng ¬ land June 30 were sold at Newmarket Wednesday A list of the youngsters was printed in last Tues ¬ days Daily Racing Form The cable says of the sale James R Keencs yearlings although not looking their best owing to the hurried departure from the United States brought exceptionally good prices Nine colts brought an aggregate of 10600 average 1200 ten fillies 13870 average 1387 Lord Lonsdiile who bought several of the yearlings gave the highest prices 3750 for a filly by Disguise Tsarina by Kingston Katherine II by St Si ¬ mon and 2050 for a filly by Kingston Gingham dam of Umbrella and by Domino Calico by Hamp ¬ ton The general average for the nineteen sold was 1293 1293These These may be exceptionally good prices for Eng ¬ land but are far below the American mark The Kccne youngsters were the pick of Castleton out of dams of extremely fashionable and mostly English blood and would easily have sold for two and one half or three timed the English average in New Xork last season seasonCharles Charles Hill former trainer of the racing stable of Clarence H Mackay now manager of Mackays thoroughbred stud in Kentucky at which Meddler and Banastar are standing is in New York YorkTho Tho object of Mr Hills visit to New York is to look over the yearling market Mr Mackay wants 10 know whether taJJing his yearlings to the New Vork market will be worth while or whether he had better KuropeOne send them to Kurope One of the best of his yearlings of last season a oolt bid In for 15000 is in Europe now lie Is rnclnjj in Great Britain as International He has not distinguished himEclf yet but be is in the English Derby of 1909 Grand Prix do Paris of 1909 and other big races of next season and 1910 and Mr Mackay hop 4 that he may show himself worthy to Ije trained for these important engagements Mr engagementsMr Hill after a talk with Edward Tiplon of the FaslgTlpton Company decided to sell the Mackay yearlings at Sheepshead Bay as usual and take his chances The sale will occur somewhere around Futurity day dayMr Mr Tipton Is of the opinion that good stuff will bring good prices ernn In these Iwd times and the Mackiiy yearlings this season are said to be tho best lookers he ever bred

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