Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1898-04-24


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NOTES OF THE TURF It is reported that O Bradley has refused an offer of 15000 for his crack colt Greatland Greenland The colt has valuable eastern engagements be ¬ ing King in the Great American Tremont Fremont Hudson and Expectation Stakes for 1898 with the Brook ¬ lyn Jockey Club and in the Junior Champion Juvenile Great Eclipse and Nursery Stakes at Morris Park and in the Kentucky Derby and Clark Stakes for 1899 He is also entered in all the fixed events for his ago at Oakley Ankle and Lato Plato nia Mia and it is his owners intention to nominate him for the Quickstep and Hyde Park stakes at the coming meeting at Washington Park ParkWilliam William Mahoney an employe employed of Pat Dunnes Dunes died at Louisville Friday night from the effects of a blow on the head He was mixed up in a row with some colored stable boys and was dealt a blow with a club His injury was not deemed serious at first Alonzo Alfonso Frazier has been arrested and charged with the crime He claims however that he is innocent and that Henry Wheeler Is guilty guiltySecretary Secretary Russwurm Russ denies that racing will bo given up at Nashville On the contrary he says eight days racing will be given there next spring to follow the Memphis meeting regard ¬ less of conflicts with other racing organizations He also says the late moating mating was conducted at a loss of only 2500 instead of the much greater sums reported in various publications Turf Field and Farm says that M F Dwyers Dyers great sprinterHarry sprinter Reed has been let up in j his work and it is thought he has permanently broken down He was frequently lame for ¬ ward last season but by careful nursing he was kept going until late in the fall This spring his lameness developed and has stuck to him himW him W O Scullys Sculls filly Aunt Bird is some pun kins kilns on speed herself In the race at Newport Friday in which she ran third to Imp and Richard J she led the first quarter in 22 three eighths in 34 and the half in 46 all being records so far as the Cincinnati tracks are con ¬ cerned corned cernedJockey Jockey Chas Reiff Riff has arrived at Newport from his home at Wichita Kan Kahn But for his fathers serious sickness he would have re ¬ ported for duty sooner P S P Randolph has purchased Cherry Picker 3 and Rhodymenia Roadmen 2 from A H D H Morris and Tyran Tyrant 2 from R W Walden I Son I

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