Famous Sussex Stud Farm Goes to Lady Wentworth: Arabian Horse Authority Buys Burton Park and All Stock, Daily Racing Form, 1943-06-02


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Famous Sussex Stud Farm Goes to Lady Wentworth WentworthArabian Arabian Horse Authority Buys Burton Park and All Stock StockBy By Special Correspondent CorrespondentNEWMARKET NEWMARKET England Early last winter Lady Wentworth purchased the en ¬ tire Burton Park Stud together with the bloodstock which belonged to Maj J S Courtauld who died last year yearFamous Famous as the worlds leading authority upon the Arab horse and as the author of Thoroughbred Racing Stock and The Authentic Arabian Horse Lady Went ¬ worth has been the owner of Crabbet Park in Sussex This estate was taken over by the military authorities after the start of the war and Lady Wentworth had been negotiating during 1942 for other likely properties with bloodstock breeding possi ¬ bilities Finally she decided to buy Burton Park vhich is near Petworth and the fa ¬ mous Goodwood race course With the land Lady Wentworth purchased the thorough bred stock nineteen head in all allThere There were nine mares five yearlings and five foals which with the exception of the foals were submitted for auction at the Newmarket December sales last year Eight of the mares and three of the then yearlings sold for a total of 33975 33975Top Top price of the sale was 11250 paid by Colonel Holland for the grandly bred threeyearold mare Fiery Cross a gray daughter of the St Leger and Eclipse Stakes winner Fairway out of Crosspatch by Tetratema The same buyer also paid 4050 for the elevenyearold mare Tor nadic a chestnut daughter of unbeaten Hurry On out of Volcanic by Corcyra in foal to air Trial He paid 2250 for the year older mare Solfatara a bay daughter of the St Leger Stakes and Ascot Gold Cup winner Solario out of Panic by Hurry On in foal to Fairway Captain Barnes paid 9450 for Solfataras yearling colt a bay by Fairway These were the out ¬ standing prices of this dispersal dispersalThe The young mare Seamask a brown daughter of Foxlaw andCachalot by Hurry On in foal to Hyperion failed to reach her reserve price as did her chestnut yearling filly by the Derby and St Leger Stakes winner and champion young sire Hyperion The chestnut yearling colt by the Two Thousand Guineas and Derby Stakes win ¬ ner Blue Peter out of Tornadic also failed to change hands

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