Sale Yearlings Go East, Daily Racing Form, 1922-07-29


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1 i " " , t 3 j 3 J 3 j j J i ; t " SALE YEARLINGS GO EAST , , LEXINGTON. Ky., July 2S. Eighteen 1 yearlings, eleven the property of Short Grass Stud and seven bred and owned by Joseph l Marrone of New York, are to leavo here I tomorrow for Saratoga, to be sold at the Fasig-Tipton Company paddocks August 7. The four to be sold by II. C. Hagan of f Mount Sterling, and the four to be sold by r the Balgowan Stud, the same day, will leave here Tuesday in the car that John S. Barbee is sending. The six to be sold by Walter r R. Parmer on August 7 are due here from 1 Nashville Sunday and will go in the car r with Sanford C. Lynes Larchmont Stud 1 yearlings, which are to be shipped Monday. Brownell Combs is sending two in the same 0 car, and Belair Farm, whicli is the property f of Leslie Combs, will send four in John S. rJ Barbees car. Dr. J. C. Carrick is sending B three in the same car. "W. B. Millers yearlings go Monday. The 0 Larchmont Stud yearlings are to be sold 1 August 9, on which date Carr and Piatt, W. E. Walsh. Stone and Rucker, R. H. Anderson, i, W. C. Patterson, Jr., and E. C. Ward also o sell. The Carr and Piatt and "Walsh yearlings s leave here Saturday. The Stone and Ruclier. . ,: Anderson, Patterson and "Ward yearlings will 11 leave from Georgetown Monday. The Omar Khayyams from A. B. Han- cocks Claiborne Stud at Paris, the Bosque I Bonita Stud yearlings, those of Charles Nuckols and Keene and Cleveland, to be sold d August 4, are already on the way to Saratoga. "William Potts arrived here thi3 morning g from Canada with eighteen horses, the property i- of Charles T. Worthington. They went it into quarters at the Kentucky Jockey Club track.

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