Latest News from Blue Grass State: Fifteen Nursery Bred Yearlings Sold to J. W. Mcclelland-One Youngster Brings, Daily Racing Form, 1919-03-07


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Latest news from blue grass state Fifteen Nursery-Bred Yearlings Sold to J. W. McClellandOne Youngster Brings 0,000. LEXINGTON. Ky Marcli 6. To divide their partnership John S. Wiggins, owner of. Military Stock Farm, and O. A. Bianchi, owner of; the stallion Jim Gaffney, which had been priced to Commander J. K. L. Ross for 25,000. will on March 14 sell at Military Stock Farm fifteen thoroughbred mares and a yearling. The yearling is by Jim Gaffney Ducis, by Sandringham. If Jim Gaffney is not sold to Commander Ross he is to be transferred to Dan W. Scotts farm to make the season. Messrs. Carr and Piatt, acting for J. W. McClelland, today exercised an option on fifteen of Major August Belmonts Nursery Stud yearlings and tills marks the dispersal of all the 1918 crop at the Jockey Club chairmans noted place; One colt, by Tracery Moaeta, is said to have been figured into the deal at 0,000. His dam is a daughter of Spearmint, winner of the Epsom Derby. Nine of the youngsters are by Ferole, while the other five are by Flint Rock. Barry Shannon today shipped from Idle Hour Stock Farm to Silas . Veitch at New "York Joseph F. Flannfgans Tea Party to go into training. Jockey F. Murphy, who has been riding for Harry Payne Whitney at New Orleans, arrived today to begin his contract for 1919 with Gallaher Bros. Ballistite, property of. Gallaher Bros., was today fired and turned out. at Carr and Piatts farm. E. R. Bradleys Bed of Roses has a bay filly by Short Grass, and Grail has a brown filly by Helmet.

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