Latest News from Blue Grass Farms: Maj. August Belmont Selling Twenty-Five Yearlings Deal on for Haggin Farm, Daily Racing Form, 1919-02-27


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LATEST NEWS FROM BLUE GRASS FARMS Maj. August Belmont Selling Twenty-Five Yearlings Deal On for Haygin Farm. LEXINGTON. Ky., February 2G. Maj. August Belmont is selling privately twenty-five of his Nursery Stud yearlings. Arthur B. Hancock, owner of EllersHe and Claiborne Studs, has purchased ten of them, and James McClelland has an option on the other fifteen. John Whalen today by wire from New York bought a coilple of two-year-olds from John E. Madden. Charles H. Berryman, owner of Sagoonet Farm, and W. V. Thnives, owner of Longridge Farm, are in New York. It is understood here that Berryman is trying to buy Green Hills from the James B. Haggln estate. The Green Hills property embraces the Haggin mansion and 640 acres of land. It was priced a short while back at 8400,000. Berryman is said to have offered 00,000 for it. Joseph E. Wideners Catleya, by Sundridgc, foaled a bay filly by Mont dOr at Harry Morrisseys Kempland Farm. H. H. Hewitts Hazzaca has a chestnut colt by Ballot at Forkland Farm. A. B. Hancocks Delft, by Burgomaster Blue-girl, has a bay filly by Wrack at Claiborne Stud.

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