Not to Hold Public Sale: Col. Chinn to Reduce Establishment by Disposing Privately of About Fifty Mares., Daily Racing Form, 1927-04-11


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NOT TO HOLD PUBLIC SALE Col. Chinn to Reduce Establishment by Disposing Privately of About Fifty Mares. LEXINGTON. Ky.. April I.— CM. Phil T. Chinn today stated that he has decided not to have a public sale of mares here on the day before the running of the Kentucky-Derby, but that he will reduce his stud by the sale privately of fifty mares. He is publishing a new catalog, which will be off the press Monday. He announced that while in New York he sold three geldings to James F. Johnson, owner of the Quincy Stable, and three two-year-olds to Larry Waterbury, and that the horses are now en route from Louisville to New York to be turned over to trainers at Belmont Park. Those sold to the Quincy Stable are: Lunar, ch. g, 3. by The Finn — Moonrose ; Mid Hour, br. g, 3. by Hourless — Mexola ; Pr. Fred, b. g. 2. by Tandion — Bettie Haynes. The following were sold to L. Waterbury : Penalo, b. c, t, t y Peter Pan ■ — Regalo ; Hawes, ch. c, 2, by Upset — Lily Train: Pennyrile, br. c, 2, by Westy Hogan — Sunshower. While here this week to visit Coldstream Stud and his racing stable at the Kentucky Association track, C. B. Shaffer of Chicago gave sanction to Col. Chinns proposal that Frank M. Taylor train three of his two-year-old colts until such time as Charles K. Patterson can take charge of them. Patterson is training a big string at Douglas Park. Louisville, a number of which are the property of the Bloomfield stable and others the property of L. T. Cooper. "When these horses are turned over to their respective owners Patterson will be able to take on the following three, as well as some others: Col. Drage. ch. c, by Polymelian — Leghorne ; Forever Af. ter. blk. c. by Kternal — May Blossom : Keeping Time, br. c, by High Time — Tuscan Maid. . *

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