Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1896-08-28


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NOTES OF THE TURF Brighton Beach contemplates a Futurity for twoyearolds toeholds to be run in 1900 that will be worth 10000 and be built on the lines of the Coney Island Futurity FuturityR Futurity R Doggett Doge Sams Scams brother has stopped riding the turf loses nothing and is an owner He has bought Doggett Doge from Jack Bennett BennettH Bennett H D Curley Curly Brown is seeking to make a strong case for his starting appliance against Ed Corrigans Corrigan device Brown claims that a New Yorker Ryan patented the original device He has bought the Ryan patent and claims its priority over the Forbes patent which Mr Cor Cora rigan riga owns John Kessler who won and was disqualified at Newport last Saturday because young Isom Ism his rider was nearly three pounds overweight when he weighed in is still a maiden and a full brother CIt to that great mare Marion C It is almost certain that One I Love will never face the starter again Jimmy Rowe is of the opinion that she can be patched up for a race or two next year but her bowed tendons are so seriously injured that she will be retired and put to breeding She is to be mated with Juvenal JuvenalE Juvenal E J H Chicago 111 Senor J Boucan Toucan of Argentina paid the Duke of Westminster about 75000 for Ormonde Hormone W O B McDonough Macedon of San Francisco bought him from Senor Boucan Toucan for about 13000 St Blaise Blains was sold at auction by Mr Easton to Chas Reed of Faicview Fairview for 1COOCO

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