Third Night of Sales: Market Holds Up Well, 40 Head Realizing Total of 0,550, Daily Racing Form, 1922-08-10

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THIRD NIGHT OF SALES Market Holds Up Well, 40 Head Realizing Total of 0,550. Ultimus Blume Colt Brings Top Price of ,000 Demand for Best Only. SARATOGA SPRINGS, X. Y, August 9. The thoroughbred yearling market held up well at last nights sales, forty head being disposed of for a total of 0,550, an average of ,763.75. An attendance that surpassed that of the opening night turned out. While the bidding again lagged in spots, it was spirited when anything offered that was considered worth while. The consignments disposed of were those of "William Woodwards Belair Stud, William B. Miller, Richard Trimble, Dr. J. C. Carrick, H. II. and J. H. Gaines, 12.- C. Christian and W. G. Shropshire. There was quite a demand for several of the Miller youngsters and this establishment furnished the star of the sale, a chestnut colt by Ultimus Blume, by Broomstick. He was purchased by Scott P. Harlan, acting for the Greentree Stable, for ,000. Incidentally it sent into the ring the first yearling which failed to elicit a single bid. This was a bay daughter of Black Toney Katrine. In all sixteen of the Miller horses were sold for a total of 37,700, an average of ,356. Thirteen from the Belair Stud brought 4,000, an average of ,816. These were good looking individuals and while no unusually high figures were realized for any of them most of them brought fair prices. Several new bidders got into action last night, among them being E. R Bradley, Ral Parr, Frank M. Taylor, Walter M. Jeffords, J. L Holland, Otto Rasch, Will Wallace and Frederick Johnson. Bradley made several purchases, as did Parr. John S. Ward added considerably to his stable. He purchased five yearlings for a total of 1,600. He paid ,100 for a brown colt by Jim Gaffney Arrow Shaft from the Bolair Stud and a similar amount for a brown colt by Huon June Rose from the Miller consignment. It was plain to see that the better grade of yearlings, or at least those of good appearance and breeding are destined to gain the attention of the prospective purchasers. Whenever one was offered that did not appear up to the standard it was difficult to get the bidding started, but the moment one of the other class was led into the ring there was immediate action. Property of W. B. Miller. Chestnut colt, liy ritinms ISliunp, by Broomstick; Greentree StaTjIc $ 7,000 Chestnut filly, liy Iltinius Round the World; by J-aekford; K. .1. Tranter, Agent 4.200 Chestnut enlt. by ritimus Continental, by Yankee; F. Johnson 4,200 Brown filly, by Ultimus Queen of the Water, by Waterboy; Dr. Y. It. Mc- Culley 4,100 Brown eolt, by Huon June Rose, by Jlyram; J. S. Ward 4,100 Chestnut nit. by Huon Star Dreamer, by Star Unity; F. Johnson 2,000 Chestnut filly, by Ultimus Miss Glasse, by Rising Class; Itivier.i Stable 2,200 I!ay filly, by Iluon Kolinsky, by Uncle; W. J. Salmon ." 1.C00 Hay eolt, by Ultiinu; Colna, by Collar; K. J. Tranter. Agent 1,500 Chestnut eolt, by Uncle Sweet Day, bv Peep ollay; U. F. "Whitney 1,-100 Bay filly, by Jim Gaffney Marian Casey, liy Star Unity; W. J. Salmon 1.200 Chestnut roll, by Short Crass Our Lassie, by Yankee; J. S. Ward..-. 1,200 Chestnut filly, by Uncle estimate, by Sir Dixon; . C. Rasch I,0o0 Chestnut filly, by Uncle I.a lucelle, by Usher: J. C. Milam fc00 Itay filly, by Unele Moulin Uou;,e, by llim- yai : O. C. Itaseli f,00 Chestnut colt, by Uncle Malta, bvllimvar; .1. S. "Ward "... TOO Tt"l 7,700 Average, per head 2,330 Property of Belair Stud. Brown colt, by Jim Gaffney Arrow-shaft, by Ogdcn; J. S. Ward $ 4,100 Brown filly, by Wrack Polka Dot, by Celt; R- 1arr 4,000 Buy filly, by Ambassador IV. Agnes Sard, by Sardninpale; W. M. Jeffords 3,700 Chestnut filly, by Luke MeUike Aile dOr, by Captiin Hancock; It. Parr 3.C0Q Chestnut eolt, by Omar Khayyam La Deliverance, by Ajax; F. M. Taylor 2,500 Bay filly, by Wrack Primula II., by St. Denis; J. C. Milam 1,500 Chestnut colt, by Omar Khayyam Mousse des Bois, by Ajax; K. U. Bradley 1,000 Bay filly, by Wrack Smilax, by Star Shoot; J. C. Milam SO0 Chestnut colt, by Bock View Kilcrea, by Stalwait; K. F. Whitney 700 Itrown filly, by Bock View Russian Sable, by Order; K. U. Bradley 700 Bay filly, by Wrack Sardaua, by Saida- napale; K. It. Bradley COO Brown colt, by Jim Gaffney Polysanda, by Poljinelus; J. L. Holland . . r00 Bay filly, by Jim Gaffney Steliata, by Star Shoot; U. C. Ward 300 Total J 4,000 Average per head $ 1.S48 Property of H. H. and J. H. Gaines. Chestnut . filly, by Ballot Change, by Fair Play; U. Parr . $ SO0 Chestnut filly, by Ballot Tiffany Blend, by Cesarion; J. S. Ward COO Total $ 1,400 Average per head 5 700 Property of E. C. Christian. Chestnut filly, by Ballot Experience, by Knight of the Thistle; J. S. Barbce ....$ 1,200 Proparty of "W. G. Shropshire. Chestnut filly, by The Finn Bright Star, by Star Shoot; K. R. Bradley $ 1,500 Bay colt, by Von Tromp Kathryn Krutcr, by Transvaal; J. S. Ward 1,100 Bay filly, by Troutbeck Frances Gaines, by Star Shoot; S. I. Biddle 750 Chestnut filly, by Jack Atkin Kureka, by Fair Play; K. C. Ward 300 Total $ 3,050 Average iter head 5 912 Grand total 40 head 0,550 Grand average per head ,703.75

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