Newmarket Yearling Sale, Daily Racing Form, 1922-07-02


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NEWMABKET YEARLING- SALE LONDON, England, July 1. The first of the annual July yearling sales was held at Newmarket today. One hundred and forty-three youngsters were auctioned, bringing an average return of ,5G0. The top price was paid for tho colt by Polymelus Own Sister, by Dark Ronald, when Lady Bullough obtained him for ?2O,500. Lady Bullough also paid tho second largest price of the day, 7,500, for the colt by Sunstar She, by Cyllene. The best offerings of the day were the medium of spirited bidding, but many poor , lots were put up without bids. Tho chief items for American export were the colt by Golden Sun Armonia Ensign, by Spearmint, which was purchased for Walter J. Salmon at a price of ,800 and a sister to Star Hawk Sweet Finch, by Goldfinch, for A. B. Hancock. Both of these purchases will be shipped to the United States July 7. Tho twenty-three-year-old mare Sceptre, by Persimmon Ornament, by Bend Or, has been sold to the Brazilian breeder, Lundgron, by her owner. Lord Glanely. In spite of the mares ago and the fact that she ha3 been barren for four years tho sale is much resented in breeding circles here. A summary of the more important yearlings sold today follows: Bay colt, by Polymelus Own Sister, by Dark Ronald; Lady Bullough 4,100 Bay or brown colt, by Sanstar She, by St. Simon; Lady Bullough 3,500 Brown colt, by Sir Archibald Coronation, by Juggler; Sir H. Cunliffc Owen 4,000 Chestnut colt, by Phalaris Eagles Nest, by Earla Mor; Lord Lasceles 3,300 Bay or brown colt, by Sunstar Maid of Orange, by Bend Or; Mrs. Whitburn .... 2,700 Bay filly, by Charles OMalley Sunny Ridge, by Sunstar; Aga Khan 2,600

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