P. T. Chinn Figured In Deal., Daily Racing Form, 1913-04-01


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P T CHINN FIGURED IN DEAL Louisville Ky Mulch L It develops that Iliil T Chlnn who has been considerably in the limelight if late in connectioiv with important thoroughbred sales acted as an intermediary iii tbe imjiortaiit liMiisactiou of last week by which James Butler of New York became the owner of tliirtysix twoyetir olds jiroiliieed at the farfamed Castleton Stud of tbe late James B Keene The details of this the themost most important thoroughbred transaction of the year was conducted by Air Chinu who has been spcmlin a few days here It is stated on jtooil authority that the umoimt involved in the transac ¬ tion was 7000O New York advices were to the effect that the purchase price was tiJW0 tiJW0It It was Mr Cliinn who actiiiK the representa ¬ tive of W K VandiTbilt paid the Keene estate JfUOOOO for the mares Maskette Pojie Jon Court Dress Mvgss Hill Mosiiuito Stepping Stou and Karly and Often These he took to France in De ¬ cember last At the same time he also took Peter Pan owned by the Kcene ostate and sold the great stallion to Frank J Gould for a large sum Mr riilnn recentlv lioitght tbe stallion Ballot from the Keene estate for John K Madden of Lexington paying oi for him Ballot had been at Lord Marcus Bcrosfords Heath Stml in England along with the mighty Colin also the property of the Keeii estate About three weeks ago Ballot was brought to America and is now in Air Maddens stud at Hamburg Place PlaceTln Tln fact that Air Butler bus acquired such a pretentious stable is regarded here as significant It is entirely reasonable for the horsemen to surmise that racing is to undergo a glorious revival in lo ¬ calities where it has been under the ban In conse ¬ quence of misguided legislation

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