Kentucky Yearlings Bring Good Prices, Daily Racing Form, 1915-09-01


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: ** J. KENTUCKY YEARLINGS BRING GOOD PRICES i JL. t 1 , of I I 1 j ] ] , i | ; j j ] , , 1 1 i New York. ABgnsI 31. -A sale of thoroughbred ycariiBgS took place t«Hlay by public auction under tue auspices of the I owers-Hunter company at the I Haggin stables at Sboepshead Bay. The offerings Included consignments from the Mere Hill. Bneml thrift. Glen Helen, l.ari hniont. Adelbert ami Dowane Bonita studs in Kentucky. A total of lifty-seven i head was ~ob! tor ss.:;r t. representing an average S4!I7. The highest price was paid for a bay lillv by .McHei— -.losie 1. . sent to the ring by Charles V. Moore, which went to W. 11. Karriek for ,000. .nis was the only one engaged in the Futurity. George M. Odom was the most prominent bidder. He bouuht t-.-n head. The gnmmary follows: Bav lillv by Mcloe .losie 1..: W. II. Karriek.

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