Purchases for Americans: Phil T. Chinn a Liberal Buyer at the Newmarket December Sales-Some High Prices, Daily Racing Form, 1922-12-08


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PURCHASES FOR AMERICANS Phil T. Chinn a Liberal Buyer at the Newmarket December Sales Some High Prices. LONDON, England, December 7. Spirited bidding and good prices marked the third days selling at Tattersalls December bloodstock sales at the Park Paddocks, Newmarket. Yesterdays sales brought the grand total of the first three days selling to within ,000 of last years mark for the opening days. While the .American representation was weak at the sales ring, Colonel P. T. Chinn acquired five weanling colts and five young mares yesterday, making a total of fifteen head purchased by him since the opening of the sales. The bloodstock agency purchased two more mares for E. R. Bradley, a bay filly for the Belair Stud and a nine-year-old mare for L. B. Combs. Prince Galahad, the five-year-old son of Prince Palatine Decagone, by Martagon, realised the top price of 6,500 when he was purchased by J. H. H. Peard, who acquired him to replace the famous stallion Charles OMalley. Lord Woolavington paid the next highest figure in buying Pamfleta, an eight-year-old mare by William the Third Bird I th hand, by Gallinule, for 0,500. Silver Urn, a three-year-old filly, by Juggernaut Queen Silver, by Queens Birthday, brought the third highest price of the day when Lord Dewar bought her for 0,000. Stefan the Great, the six-year-old gray son of The Tetrarch Perfect Peach, by Persimmon and Torelore, black or brown horse, 5, by Beppo Tortor, by Volodyovski, were offered with reserves of 0,000 and 0,000, respectively. These figures were not reached. The latter will go to the Cobham Stud. Leighton, four-year-old son of Roi Herode Queen of the Earth, by Flying Fox, which was unbeaten as a two-year-old, was bought for 5,000 for export to New Zealand. Back-wood, a three-year-old colt, by Bachelors Double Lady of Grace, by St Frusquin, was purchased for 2,500 by E. E. B. Clark. He will be exported to Australia. Arch Gift, the six-year-old son of The Tetrarch Scotch Gift, by Symington, brought 0,000 from W. H. G. Rogers, and is destined for the stud in Ireland. The following purchases were made for exportation to America : Morning Call, br. m. 5, by Maiden Erlegh Iteception, by Molton; bred to Sunstar; E. K. Bradley $ 2,530 Weanling brown colt, by Sunstar Domieas, by Ituckwheat; P. T. CTiinn 2,150 "Weanling bay filly, by Stefan the Great Isabeau, by Polymelus; Belair Stud 1,800 "Weanling chestnut colt, by Great Sport Betty Hill, by Sunstar; 1. T. Chinn 1,500 "Weanling bay colt, by Polyphonic Desmond Dene, by Sivearmint; P. T. Chinn.... 1,500 Brig of Ayr, b. in, 15, by Ayrshire Santa Brigida, by St. Simon; 13. It. Bradley ... 1,470 Weanling bay colt, by Clarisaimus Shanogne, by "William the Third; V. T. Chinn 1,000 "Weanling bay colt, by Sky Rocket Kayamo, by Bayardo; I T. Chinn 700 Lady Iiinng, b. m, a, by Pictou Rambling Rose, by St. Ainant; bred to Long Set; L. B. Combe; no price given. Following is a summary of the highest priced horses sold : Prince Galahad, eh. h, 5, by Prince Palatine Decagone, by Martagon; J. II. II. Peard 6,500 Pamfleta, br. tn, S, by William the Third Bird I th Hand, by Gallinule; bred to Tetratema; Lord "Woolavington 30,500 Glaciate, b. m, C, by Polymelus Glacier, by St. Simou; bred to Swynford; Alec Taylor 22,000 Silver Urn, eh. f, 3, by Juggernaut Queen Silver, by Queens Birthday; Lord Dewar. 20,000 Leighton, b. c, 4, by Itoi Ilerode Queen of the Earth, by Flying Fox; bought for exportation to New Zealand 15,500 Backwood, b. c, 3, by Bachelors Double Lady of Grace, by St. Frusquin; K. K. B. Clark 12,500 Arch Gift, b. h, C, by Tetrarch Scotch Gift, by Symington; W. H. G. Rogers 10,000 Glissant, br. m, by "White Kagle Biplane, by Ayrshire; bred to Galloper Light; Lord Furnesa 10,000

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