Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1896-12-05


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NOTES OF THE TURF Lee Christy has gone to San Francisco with Will Wallace as trainer trainerJockey trainer Jockey Tommy Walker has signed to ride next season for Jay Hardy of the Lilly Meade Stable StableJames Stableman James McLaughlin is booked for California with his racing stable and it is reported will train about 20 horses for J B Haggin Haggling HagginJockey Jockey Garner has signed with Byron McClel Cycle ¬ land for next season says Broadchurch Broach though the news said that G C Bennett had the boy boyIt boy It is said on good authority that Pittsburg Pittsburgh Phil has won 200000 this year and that he got nearly 80000 the last day at Moiris Morris Park ParkOakley Parka Oakley Ankle is put on record by The Enquirer less than a good authority as abandoning the present bookmaking system for mutual betting next season seasonAt seasonal At a meeting of the Kentucky Association held at Lexington November 9 Col Cool E F Clay resigned from the presidency and Milton Young was elected to his place placeThere placate There is sharp agitation that leans toward legislation in Australia toward the totalizer outlier or mutual system of betting on the turf New South Wales is already threatened with a law recognizing the totalizer outlier totalizerA outlier A special rule in the Now Orleans programme programmed book provides that owners of notoriously bad acting horses are requested not to enter them in races and the entry of any horse proving to be a nosebleeder nosebleed or unruly at the post will be refused refusedOld refused Old Lester with associations of early great ¬ ness is to race no more J A McAvoy Cavy pre ¬ sented scented him after his last Latonia Antonia race to Carey Applegate Appellate for a driving horse Carey is a gen ¬ tleman Lehman and will give the old horse the care he deserves deservesThe deserves The conditions of a new and at the same time somewhat of a novel race has been announced to be run at the second Spring meeting aT San down Park one of the English courses in 1900 The race ia called the Century Race of 50000 for now foals and yearlings to be run at four and five years old The nominators as well as the owners of the horses that finish first second and third will receive a share of the stakes The distance is two miles In the first announcement it was stated that 300 entries must be received or the race would be at the option of the Executive Since then this figure has been reduced to 250

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