Gossip Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1898-07-19


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GOSSIP OF THE TURF TURFOutlaw Trout Outlaw racing in the states of Maryland and Pennsylvania is practisally practically a dead card but the game still shows some evidence of life At a conference of track owners and other promoters of this kind of racing in the east the other day it was decided to hold a meeting at Wheeling W Va some time this month The present intentions are to open up on July 25 25Dr Dr Catlott Calotte has been a great disappointment in his 4yearold form but recent training re ¬ ports say that he is beginning to gallop in a way that suggests he will soon take his rightful place as a winner in good company companyThe company The estate of the late English jockey G Bar ¬ rett Brett is said to be worth 176000 of which 145 000 is personal property For a jockey to leave much property is an exception to the rule While they are making money they lose sight of the fact that their careers are short and seldom put away anything for a rainy day dayRogers darners Rogers Rose are credited with making a killing at Brighton Beach Saturday through the victory of their colt Easter Card At prices ranging from 15 to 1 to 6 to 1 they invested enough to reap a return that is put at 50000 as a minimum minimumLustig minimalist Lustig Lusting brown filly 2 by Argyle Peri Peril by Flood the propeity prosperity of W F Schnlte Schlep died at Latonia Antonia on Tuesday July 5 She was consid consider ¬ ered erred a promising filly and had a number of engagements engagementsA engagements A Belmont has leased to W C Daly Dally until December 1 the racing qualities of Lady Marian chestnut filly 3 by Rayon dOr doer Lady Margaret MargaretJockey Margaret Jockey Songer Sponger has been released from his con ¬ tract with Mr James Galway and will ride for the Kensico Keens stable

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