Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1896-06-28


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NOTES OF THE TURF TURFA TURF A license has been granted by the Jockey club to the Breeders Mile Track Association Old Orchard Me to conduct a race meeting under Jockr Jock y club rules for two weeks beginning on or about August 11 11Ther Ther Ether was objection to DAILY RACING FORMS coumfnt column ii Caesarians dickiness pickiness of legs after his purcuase purchase and before his two local victories yet the r rnment ornament was correct and the fast colt i on the verge of breakdownism breakdowns Ed Purser of tho thou Cambridge Stable and Coady Cody his jockey are now figures in the Indiana racing Purser is one of your plungers from the old home a wise and clever fellow and financially strong Coady Cody is a good rider his California record showing deep skill Its a case of burn up and bake back with Purse and any ring he meets meetsHeres metatheses Heres Hermes a sample of the racing news as dis dais ¬ played by the Cincinnati Enquirer A tout has got a gogd god chance nowadays nit saidono said of tho thou dispensers of feedbox information yes ¬ terday tray Go up to a s acker backer and try and lay him down and hell just give you the haha hah Why a sixdollaraweek dry goods clerk has a field glass strapped around his body and a book of dope in his hip pocket They touted each other and a hustler has to go hungry hungryTho hungry Tho Theo entire stud of the late Baron Hirsch will be sold at Newmarket Newark by Tattersalls Tattersall during the first July meeting It is said that Sir Tatton Patton Sykes Dykes always hor Thor greatest admirer will pur pour ¬ chase La Fleche and he will doubtless bo able to secure her at a much less figure than that placed upon her by Baron Hirsch about a year ago 50000 It will be interesting to see how the twoyearolds toeholds will sell particularly Chan tilly stilly tho thou own sister to Kirkconnel Hircine and Ste Sate Adresse Addressed own sister to Raconteur and Child wick which pair cost 19000 at Doncaster Downcast last September Another filly Altesse Maltese by Amphion Lampion out of Marchioness cost 13500 13500There There is mourning in Cincinnati over Caesar ians ins departure and W Muir Mir of McNaughton McLaughlin Muir Mir is shabbily quoted as declaring that if ho had thought Byron McClellands Macmillan price of 1500 was on the level the colt would never have left Cincinnati Muir Mir said Caesarian can win a barrel of money in California next fall and winter The going is soft nearly all winter and his dickey legs ought to last a long time on that kind of a track It was the chance of my life and I missed it The size of the barrel and the kind of money would have been interesting items Why were they not nominated

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