Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1896-06-16


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NOTES OF THE TURF TURFHandspring Handspring is troubled with sore heels a telling infirmity on a hard track trackNo track No better everyday starting than that of Dick Dwyer can be possible Dwyers Dyers work is keen intelligent and regular regularJacob regular Jacob Rupperts Rupert colt Leonard B by Favor Lady Scarboro Scarborough fell and paralyzed his hips at Gravesnnd Graves last Thursday morning Ho was shot and put out of his misery miseryAt misery At Latonia Antonia June 20 Derby Day a choice lot lotof lotto of fifty yearlings bred in Kentucky are to bo bosold bobsled sold They are by Hanover Fonso Fonts Hayden Edwards Whistle Jacket Pirate of Penzance Penance Penzanceand Penance and Onondaga OnondagaEd Onondaga Ed Corrigans Corrigan filly Wont Dance sprung a ten ¬ don while taking exercise Wednesday morning at Oakley Ankle She will be put on the shelf for some time from this accident which is usually a bad one oneRathbone consecration Rathbone Aitchbone by Youug Young Prince Lady Amanda the sire of Jerildera Derider Cardwell Caldwell and Dongaro Dong died at Forestville Forestalled Cal June 9 Joe Simpson bred him As a twoyearold toehold he boat C H Todd the 1887 American Derby winner a half mile weight up in 4954 Tom Griffins Jasper who showed some quality in an Oakley Ankle race Thursday is a half brother to that fast mare Lady Blackburn He is a big lazy colt who does his best only under sharp persuasion and is likely to make a good race horse He is by Inspector B Secret and a Belle Meade product productThe product The North Western Breeders Association en ¬ tries close today The Associations weeks meeting which begins at Washington Park June 27 should be a glory in a harness racing way Its cycle races and outdoor horse show are keen and popular attractions that will aid the sport in many ways

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