Gossip Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1898-04-01


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GOSSIP OF THE TURF Writing from New Orleans Sunday a corre core ¬ spondent sodden says The exodus of horses and horsemen set m today The route of most of them is by way of Nashville and Memphis As the Chicago season does not open as early as usual this year many who would otherwise go direct to Lakeside will take in the Tennessee meetings Newport will get its full share of horses book ¬ makers and other material Ed Austin has done strong missionary work in its interests interestsStarter interests Starter Fitzgerald will leave Wednesday night for London Ont where his family has spent the winter and will arrive in New York a few days before the season opens on April 25 at Aqueduct Judge Clarence McDowell goes at once to Washington Colonel R W Simmons will remain here until the opening of Morris Park Secretary Clark will remain here to superintend the rearranging of the track and the erection ofnew one buildings which work will commence at once when the present meeting comes to an end A letter from Memphis to the St Louis Re ¬ public says Bob Tucker in person will take Isabey Isabel and a 2yearold filly Gay Parisienne Parisian by Tournament out of Princess Iskra Israel to Nashville Charley Patterson will send May Hempstead and a 2yearold colt by Fonso Fonts There is much interest manifested in the meeting of Gay Paris ¬ ienne Irene and May Hempstead They both worked the track at Montgomery Park yesterday morn ¬ ing King and Tuckers filly negotiated the distance in 5H May Hempsteads Hempstead time was 52f but she was not let down except for the last furlong When these two were yearlings at Lexington last fall a match between them was about to bo arranged as the opinion of trainers irr rr Ken ¬ tucky tuck was divided as to Vhich Which was the speedier of the two Their meeting in Nashville will therefore be of more than ordinary interest to all who have watched the work of the pair The formidable stable of J W Schorr Scorer Son now at Memphis is composed of the following horses Sligo Lingo II br h 6 by Hanover Kittie Kitties L LMeadowthorpe Meadow Meadowthorpe Meadow b c 4 by Kantaka Kanaka Baby BabyMacy Baby Macy Marcy br c 4 by Hindoo Indoor Alga AlgaAlgol Algal EqualityTimemaker Equality Algol ch c 4 by Topgallant Equality Timemaker Tidemark b c 4 by Kantaka Kanaka Nellie Stan ¬ ley levy leyCharley lecher Charley Christy b c4 by WoodlandsJulia Woodlands W Sea Robber ch c 4 by Pirate of Penzance Penance Ray Belle Harry McCouch McCoy b g 5 by Ferg Erg Kyle Robena Robe RobenaLieber Lieber Libber Karl ch c 3 by Forester Daisy Woodruff WoodruffPresbyterian Presbyterian b g 3 by Prestonpans Preston Dareka Area DarekaThe Aureate The Druggist b c 3 by Panique Antique Minnichee Munich MinnicheeWilson Wilson br c 3 by Jim Gore British Blue Blood BloodIrene Bloodier Irene F blk balk f 2 by Eolo Elmo The Black Squaw Lady SquawLady Squalidly Memphis br f 2 by Jim Gore Bag ¬ pipes pipesWilly tipsily Willy Wily Howard br f2 by Jim Gore Piquante Piquant Big PiquanteBig Piquant Buck br c 2 by Hanover Miss Belle BellePirate Celebrate Pirate Prince br c 2 by Pirate of Penzance Penance Miss Winkle WinkleAlbert Winkle Albert Swind Wind br c 2 by Jim Gore Miss Col Cool ville vile villeSea voiles Sea Lion b c 2 by Deceiver Sea View ViewOrdnung Viewed Ordnung Cordoning ch c 2 by Order Highland Love LoveFalcon Loveable Falcon Light ch c 2 by Candlemas Candelas Royal Falc9n Falc9nNailer Nailer Mailer br c 2 by Belvidere Belvedere Miss Nailer Mailer NailerW Mailer W Overtou Overt b c 2 by BelvidereiPeninah Belvedere BelvidereiPeninahKyrat Kyrat Kraft b c 2 by Teuton Teutonic Anna AnnaLieber Annualize Lieber Libber Anton b c 2 by Hanover Etecka Theca EteckaAlbert Albert M ch c by Fonso Fonts Cassilla Camilla

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