English Yearling Sales: One Hundred and Fifty-Five Head Brings 52,850-Americans Among Buyers, Daily Racing Form, 1921-07-20

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ENGLISH YEARLING SALES One Hundred and Fifty-Five Head Brings 52,850 Americans Among Buyers. BY K. K. COUSSELL. LONDON. England, July 5. The total for the first Newmarket sales of yearlings June 28, 20 and 30 was 52,850 for irr head, an average of but ,6-15. Only the best sold well. The market was curious. At one moment full of life; the next it was deadly. Often there was much difficulty in obtaining a start and then it was absurdly low. For instance, in one case the hammer was just falling at ,500 when someone bid an extra 0. The animal was then run up to 5,000. The figures for the last three years read: Year. Lots. Totals. Aver. 1010 130 .1.42ri ,550 1920 147 o21.2.-0 3,545 1921 ir.."i 152,850 2,045 The Tetrarch came out with the best average of 7,065 for three. Sunstars figures were ,500 for four and two by Gay Crusader, his first, averaged ,125. Three by Bridge of Earn averaged ,403; three by Boyal Kealm, ,705, and four by Friar Marcus," .40.-.. FILLIES OUTSELL THE COLTS. A surprising factor of the sales was that the fillies made a higher average than the colts, seventy-nine of the colts averaging ,127, as compared with ,315 for seventy-four tlllies. At Doncaster last year the colts figures were 1921.sh,205, as against ,735. Last July sales each colt on the average sold for ,750 more than a filly. Two American buyers invested. James W. Cor-rigan of Cleveland. O., who used to he associated with Mr. Price McKinuey in the Wicklinc Stud of Kentucky, bought the first of the offered produce of Gay Crusader, a filly from Carina, by Chaucer, for 1,000. She goes to America. Marshall Field of Chicago. 111., through Cecil Boyd Rochfort, got The Tetrarch filly from Albia by Boyal Realm for 0.-000. vShe is. a gem in looks. It i likely -Uuit the following -were also" bought" for Mr. Corrigan: Filly by Friar Marcus Santa Clara. ,000, and filly by Gay Crusader Hornets Pet, for ,250. The Panthers brother, a brown colt by Tracery Countess Zia, fell to Sir II. Cunliffe-Owcn for 0,-000. V. 1!. Coe and John Sanford were -at the sales, but did not buy.- It is understood that the yearlings bought by Lord Derbys trainer, George Lamb-ton, were for an Indian sportsman whose identity at present is imrovealed. Mr. Field will continue to train at Monlton Paddocks after Sir Ernest Cas-sel sells his horses at the end of the season. BES7 YEARLINGS OF THE SALES. Followir.. re the yearlings sold for more than ,000. with their pedigrees, buyers and prices: Brown -oIt, by Tracery Countess Zia. by Gallinule: Sir H. Cuiilif fe-Owen 0,000 Bay filly, by The Tetraieh Albia, by Boyal Realm: C. Boyd Rochfort 20,000 Brown filly, by Phalaris Dolabella, by AVhite Eagle; S. H. Beer- 21.000 Chestnut filly, by Bridge of Earn Addenda. by Spearmint: G. L-.imbtou 20,000 Bay filly, by Sunstar Own Sister, by Dark Bonald; Lord Londonderry 17,500 Gray colt. byThe Tetrarch Sceptres Daughter, by Swynford; Major Cayzer 15,000 Bay colt, by Boyal Realm Blanche, by White Eagle: Sir II. Cunliffe-Owen 15,000 Chestnut filly, by Sunstar Herb of Grace, by Spearmint: P. P. Gilpin 12.000 Bay filly, by The Tetrarch Pamfleta, by William the Third; George Uinibton 12.000 Chestnut filly, by Gay Crusader Carina, by Chaucer: J. W. Corrigan 11,000 Brown filly, by "Friar Marcus Half-a-SIico, by Robert le Diable; Sir H. Cunliffe-Owen ., , S.500 Bay filly, by Polyinelus or Pommerii Bird i th Hand, by Gallinule: Joseph Watson S,000 Chestnut filly, by Roi Ilerode Burnt Almond, by Gallinule; S. H. Beer 7,750 Bay filly, .by Gay Crusader Hornets Pet, by Tr.edennis; Dawson Waugh 7,250 Brown colt, by Sir Eager Lady Burghley, by St. Serf; Mrs. Sofer Whitburn... 0.500 Bay colt, by Chaucer White Lie, by White Eagle: J. de Bothschild 0,250 Bay filly, by Friar Marcus Santa Clara, by lilly; Dawson Waugh 0.000 Bay colt, by Swynford Pretty Polly, by Gallinule; J. S. Cou.-tland 5,250 Chestnut filly, by Greenback Hot Cross Bun, by Rising Glass: Captain Benwick 5,250 Bay colt, by Spearmint Sweet Waters, by Count Schomberg; Mrs. Sofer Whitburn... 5,250 Sunblair. br. c. by Sunstar Helen Blair, by Blairfinde; F. Curzon ".000 Bay filly, by Charles OMalley Lolette, by Gallinule: Major McCalmont 5.000 Contessa Cellini, ch. f, by Cellini Golden Vale, by Desmond; Lady Bui lough 5.000 Brown colt, by Great Sport Witch Elm, by Dime: S. H. Beer , 4,250 1 Bay colt, by Sunstar Glass Bell, by John oGaunt; V. Talwr 1,250 1 Bay filly, by Sunstar St. Ca trine, by St. Frusqtiin; If. E. Morriss 4,250 1 Chestnut colt, by "olden Sun Willowmore, by Willonyi; Captain A. S. Wilson 4,100 I DOrsay, br. c, by Sou-in-Ijiiw My Dame, by Littleton: Mrs. Sofer AVhitbun 4,000 l Canton, br. or gr. c, by Cannobie Eaton Girl, by Kildare II.; Dawson Waugh 4.000 l Bay colt, by Lomond Sacred Ibis, by Gallinule; H. Lender 4,000 l Bay colt, by Beppo - Battle Scene, by Fowling-piece; Lord Glanely 3.S50 i Brown filly, by Hapsburg Vanna, by Marta- gon; C. Wadia 3,750 1 Bay colt, by Greenback Seamab, by Jon oGaunt; Joseph Watson 3.750 Bay filly, by Blink Sandlcmac, by Uncle Mae; Lady BuIIough 3,500 Bay colt, by Stcdfast The Gleaner, by Pic-ton; F. Hartigan 3,400 Black or brown filly, by Black Jester Trevi, by Love Wisely; II. Leader 3,300 Judith OMalley, ch. f, by Charles O.Mnlloy Armorial Ensign, by Spearmint; V. Hurli- gau 2,::ih Chestnut filly, by Stornoway Potency, by Lord Bobs; II. R. King 3,150 I Continued on second page. ENGLISH YEARLING SALE Continued from first page. Brown filly, by Golden Sun Nettie, by Min- stead; .1. Butters 3,150 Drown colt, by Swynford Damaris, by Sun-star; H. Cole 3,050 Day colt, by Roi Herode Torchlight, by John oGaunt: F. Hartigan 3,050 Day colt, by King AVilliam Fraise, by Santry; R. Brendon 2,900 Chestnut colt, by Cannobic Heroines Dream, by Cupid; II. D. Dennis 2,900 Drown colt, by Fariman Rosalie, by General Symons; C. Tabor 2,870 Day filly, by AVhite Eagle Jeans Folly, by Ayrshire; Sir R. Brooke 2,800 Chestnut colt, by Harry of Hereford Au- rette. by Pericles: O. Boll 2,750 Day colt, by Golden Sun San Agnes, by Santoi; Douglas Stuart 2,500 Chestnut filly, by Thrush Felstead, by Avington; Major Power 2,500 Chestnut or roan colt, by Roi Hercde Queen Mother, by Diamond Jubilee; A Tabor 2,500 Chestnut filly, by Greenback Airashii, by Santoi; Sir N. McMillan 2,400 Drown colt, by Torloisk Maybole, by Ayrshire; C. Tabor 2,350 Chestnut filly, by Great Sport Rappel, by Rapallo; Sir N. McMillan 2.300 Ray colt, by Pcmmern Lindal, by Kendal; .1. S. Conrtauld 2,250 Drown colt, by Lomond Sunny Ridge, by Sunstar; J. L. Ainsworth 2,250 Ray colt, by DIack Jester Lady Aillein, by St. Serf; Herbert Rich 2,200 Gray filly, by Roi Herode Holy Biddy, by Desmond; I. Grant . 2,100 Hay colt, by Sir Eager or Florentino Perugia, by Orvieto; R. AV. Colling 2,100 Hay filly, by Spearmint Moliusca, by St. Frusquin; Sir II. Meux 2,050 Brown colt, by Royal Realm Grisnez, by Grey Leg; F. Curzon 2,000 Roan colt, by Royal Canopy Wagtail, by Biidge of Earn; S. Pickering 2,000 Merry Lad, ch. g, by Rock Flint Merry Ida, by Forfarshire; M. P.. Savill 1,050 Day colt, by Friar Marcus Killnlagh, by Desmond; S. H. Deer 1,500

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