Alan Brecks Great Price, Daily Racing Form, 1922-04-30


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ALAN BRECK S GREAT PRICE SPECIAL CABLEGRAM LOXDON England April 29 At the New ¬ market sales of Friday Donald Frazer of Tickford Park Stud formerly owner of Brown Prince which was purchased for 70000 in 1920 and imported to America by Hal Price Headley of Beaumont Farm W B Miller and Frederick Johnson purchased Alan Breck a fouryearold chestnut son of Sunstar Joie Vivre by Gallinule The price paid was 50000 50000Mr Mr Frazer will retire Alan Breck to his Tickford Park Stud to which he will make a most useful addition He was bred and owned by Lord Woolavington formerly Sir James Buchanan and was trained by Peter Gilpin As a twoyearold he won the New Stakes worth 10000 at Ascot and the Chesterfield Stakes 7500 at Newmarket He ran third to Lemonora and Humorist in the Champagne Stakes at Doncaster Alan Breck failed as a threeyearold He only started twice in the Two Thousand Guineas in which he ran fifth and the Epsom Derby in which he was placed fourth After the latter race he was turned out and has not raced since

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