Kentuckians Still Selling Busily., Daily Racing Form, 1908-09-20


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KENTUCKIANS STILL SELLING BUSILY Lexington Ky September 19 The sale of mares and yearlings at prices less tlian 100 to dealers buying for the western market continues hereabouts but the supply is not now in keeping1 with the de ¬ mand The dealers arc compelled to do much riding to find what they want at the prices R L Baker and John Stewart shipped two carloads during the week to Nevada They paid an average of 75 where they had bought some ten or twelve carloads before for an average of 50 to 0 per head The poorer ones are now practically all gone The goneThe first of the autumn auction sales will be held next Tuesday evening at Horsemens Headquarters There will be about fiftyhead Grant Hugh Browne has consigned the stallions Royal Stag and Ed Far rcll and fourteen yearlings H M Xiegler will sell six yearlings reserving half a dozen that he now has in training under Cliff Hammond at 15 11 Bradleys Idle Hour Farm There is a cracker jack in this lot the chestnut colt by Woolsthorpe Frederica dam of Colonel Ruppert This colt worked a fast eighth of a mile over the farm track with 130 pounds up One nearly as speedy is the bay filly by Resolute II Countess Pepper These of course are not to be sold Trainer Charles Hughes expects to show some lively stunts with them next year The Trainer hasnt had a very flattering year but he has his old luck piece back since Mr Ziegler bought Hermis at the Holmdel sale and he figures that when he gets the son of Iler nieiice Katy of the West here for stud duty next spring lie will chape away the hoodoo Even in these times Hermis at 900 is considered a rare bargain lie comes from the family that produced the great sin1 Norfolk and likewise Richard Cro kers Auiericus and there Is llttlo doubt that he will make good as a sire with a fair chance Other consignors to next Tuesdays sale are F 1 Knight T J Clay J It Vilev F K Thompson L P Tarlton BakerThe J J Richardson and Hiude Baker The next public sale will ue that of Colonel Milton Youngs 500 stallions mares and weanlings October 27 28 and 2 The FasigTipton Company will conduct this sale and it will be one of the most notable iwrticularly in the point of numbers they have ever held In the matter of price however Colonel Young expects nothing fancy He says that ho will be pleased if hecan average 75 per head all around surprised if it goes over that and tickled to death If it should reach 100 per head The 200 weanlings will cut down the average No matter how well bred 1hey are there is seldom a demand for weanlings Buyers do not fancy the idea of taking possession so far In advance of racing age There is likelihood that 243 acres of Colonel Youngs remaining 1200 acres of land will be sold privately within the coming week He lias a deal on with a couple of progressive young farmers The remainder which is located on the Tates Creek road will l e put up at auction October 29 Edward 29Edward Corrigan has priced his farm of 501 acres to a Cincinnati man at 150 per acre The chances are that a sale of this splendid farm will bo made Ixfore October 1 Mr Corrigan is negotiating through a local real estate firm and did not inquire the name of the prospective purclrascr It Is under ¬ stood however that if this man gets the farm he will industryWhat engage in the cattle industry What disposition Is to be made of Senorita Farm after the dispersal sale of Captain W Harry Browns stud in November has not been announced

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