Mondays Sale at Saratoga: Twenty-Four Xalapa Farm Horses in Training Bring 01,050 at Auction, Daily Racing Form, 1921-08-17


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MONDAYS SALE AT SARATOGA Twenty-Four Xalapa Farm Horses in Training Bring 01,050 at Auction. SARATOGA. N. Y., August li. Good prices were again realized in the Fasig-Tipton sales ring Monday night when the offering to go under the hammer comprised twenty-four horses in training from the Xalapa Farm Stable, property of 13. F. Sinims. Some of the horses showed defects, but the bidding on them was, just as generous as on the sound offerings. A total of 101. 050 was realized for the twenty-four sold, an average of SI, 1210. John Paul Jones, the three-year-old bay colt by Tracery Moneta III., proved the star and was secured by the Pelican Stable on a bid of 12,500. Edgar Allan Poe, the three-year-old son of MeGce -.Maltha, went to S. . Hililrcth for, the Ran-cocas Stables account for 1,000. T. 13. Crist, who recently amassed a fortune through frequent success of his mare Incog, gave ,000 for Despair. The Trout, which promises considerably as a Steeplechaser, was secured by Mrs. F. Ambrose Clark for ,700. All the horses offered were of the most fashionable blood lines and looked the part. The colt Chatterton, by Fair Play Chit "hat. was probably the finest appearing thoroughbred that has been led into the ring this year. He was bought by C. J. Fitz Gerald for ,1200. The low price was due to the colt having a throat affliction, for which lie lias recently been operated on, and if the operation proves successful his present owner secures what probably will be the greatest bargain in years. Four of the two-year-olds listed iu last nights sale were withdrawn tin account of their being leased to Mr. Siuims by Major Itelinont. There will be no further sales here until Friday night, when this Xalapa Farm yearlings go under the hammer. Considerable interest is being manifested in this sale and it promises to be by far the best of the present season. The complete .summary of Monday nights sale follows: Property of Xalapa Farm. John Paul Jones, b. c. 3, by Tracery Moneta III.; Pelican Stable ,..1500 F.dgar Allan Poe, br. g, 15, by McGce Maltha; Rancocas Stable 11,000 1 Do-pair, b. c, :S, by McGee Mary Davis; T. 13. Grist S.00O The Trout, b. g, I. by Rapid Witter San - ilringham Itelle; Mrs. F. Ambrose Clark 7,700 Serapis. br. c, 1!, by Sweep Little Rock; Pelican Stable C.,300 Crossless, b. f, 1. by Fair Play or Ilourless Crossways; W. J. Salmon 0,000 Caligula, b. c, 15, by Wrack Continue; J. 13. Davis ..SOD Phantom Itlue. ch. f, 1, by ITltimus Algie M.; J. L. Holland 4,200 Finorv. b. f, 12, by Fair Play Felicity; J. K. L. Ross 4,000 Fusee, ch. f, 1, by Fair Play Ferment; J. W. -May 1.000 Alexander Hamilton, b. c, 3, by Sweep Sweet Clover; II. Itooker 3,500 Honorable, b. g, 12, by Fair Play Haute Roche; J. 13. Nash 3.400 Sweepv, b. c, 12, bv Sweep Knanieline; J. L. Holland . ... 3,300 Summer Breezes, b. f, 12, by McGee Mary Davis; Win. Jeffords 3.010 Horologe, br. c, 12, by St. Amant Hour Hand; John Groh 3,000 Dernier Sou, b. c. 3, by Last Coin liol- . gravia; M. Lowonstoiu 3,000 liaracuila. ch. c, 1, by Trap Rock Itelati- coire; A. Simon i I.OOO Itallot Mark. b. c. 1, by Ncgofol Itallot P.ard; J. L. Holland I.OOO Gladbrook. b. f, 12, by Fair Play Golden Sand; William Martin I.lOO Lighter, b. c, 1, by Ncgofol Lueksloue; A. G. P.lakely I.OOO Milleiber, blk. g. 3. by Villcain Tapiola; G. R. Allen 1,350 Chatterton, ch. c, 1, by Fair Play .hit Chat; C. J. Fitz Gerald 1,1200 Waterloo, b. f. -, by Great Itritain 13thel Mason; Charlton Clay 500 Quaker, b. g, 3, by Ncgofol iu Llle est Itelle II.; 13. J. Baxter .J.. 500

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