Gossip Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1898-07-26


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GOSSIP OF THE TURF The London Sportsman of July 4 says We understand that the respected trainer J Hug gins will retire from training at the end of the present season owing to illhealth illegal The lease of the Hare Park stables expires at the close of the year and Lord W Beresford Hereford and Mr Loril Lori lard will have to find other quarters for their horses but no definite arrangements have we believe been made at present with regard to Huggins Higgins successor successorHenry successor Henry Brandon Chicago W OB McDon Macedon ough Hough of San Francisco was the last purchaser of Ormonde Hormone and is his present owner The horse wasfat waft or near Buenos Ayres South Amer Amber ¬ ica Rica at the time of his purchase by McDouough The price paid was 150000 The horse was taken fromlBuenes friableness Ayres to England by steamer thence to New York by steamer and from there to California by rail An Irish trained colt glorying in the pecu ecu ¬ liarly liar Hibernian name Split the Wind is the latest introduction in the St Leger Leer quotations Recently 500 to 40 was quoted about the chest tut taut son of Belgravo Belgrade and Landwehr Lander The colt did not run last year but this season he won the mile and a half Baldoyle Baldy Derby by eight lengths defeating four opponents It is stated that the managers of the Epsom England meeting contemplate making the Derby of 1900 the entries for which closed on Tuesday the 19th worth 10000 net to the win no for as matters stand the French Derby to which there is an endowment of 4000 from the ifiind biffing is worth about 50 per cent more than its English prototype prototypeDr prototypeD Dr Corboy Carboy has sold Violet Parsons to E Brewster Browser

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