Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1898-01-23


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NOTES OF THE TURF The first quotations for the English Derby are now published and half a dozen names are mentioned as being supported in a moderate way The Duke of Devonshires Devonshire Dieudonne Deadened by Amphion Lampion Mon Droit Adroit was made the favorite at 6 to 1 against Mr Wallace Johnsjtones Johnston Disraeli by Galopin Galloping Lady Yardley standing next in favor at 7 to 1 Dunlop by Ayrshire Yorkshire Fortuna was quoted at 100 to 6 Batt Batty by Sheen Vam Van ¬ pire spire at 100 to 6 Orzil Oriel by Ayrshire Yorkshire Merry Miser at 20 to 1 and St Maur Maura by Orme Ore St Mary at 33 to 1 The Derby which will be run May 25 this year is a more open event than for a number of years and should furnish a great contest contestIn contesting In the English Spring Handicaps American horses are entered as follows Lord W Bores fords Berzak Brake in the City and Suburban to be run April 30 and the Kempton Kenton Park Great Jubilee Stakes May 7 P Lorillards Lorillard Diakka Dakar and E Crokers Croakers Dobbins in the same events Mack Briggs in the Lincolnshire Handicap run March 22 James E Keenes Keeners St Cloud II and Voter in the Lincolnshire City and Suburban and Kempton Kenton Park Great Jubilee Stakes P Lorillards Lorillard Sandia Candia in the City and Suburban and Kempton Kenton Park Great Jubilee JubileeClawson Jubilee Clawson Lawson received quite a handsome New Years present yesterday from the Thompson brothers Clawson Lawson rode the firms LAlouette Aflutter to victory in last years Futurity and was well paid for his mount Yesterday he received a splendid Tiffany splitsecond splits watch to remind him of his ride San Francisco Examiner ExaminerHarry Examiner Harry Eeed Deed is wintering splendidly and will be used as a sprinter only this year Last year he was trained over a distance of ground and the process apparently dulled the edge of the fine speed he had before been noted for forThe forTe The stewards of the Jockey Club day before yesterday elected the following officers to serve for the ensuing year August Belmont chair ¬ man James E Keene vicechairman F K Sturgis secretary and treasurer treasurerL treasurer L S W P Thompson head the list of win ¬ nings Ming owners in the east last year with a total of 65035 LAlouette Aflutter contributing 42390 of the sum mainly through her capture of the Futu Fut ¬ rity ritzy rityFrench French Grays fore legs are so infirm that it is probable she will bo sent to Avondale to join the list of stud matrons there thereJohn thereon John Brannon Brandon has left Cincinnati for Nash ¬ ville vile where he is to enter the service of Gen W H Jackson of Belle Meade farm

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