Gossip Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1898-09-29


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GOSSIP OF THE TURF The force working in the book at Newport presided over by John Parnell Panel Mclnerney Clearance con ¬ stitute statute Virginia Carrolls Carols regular crew Carroll booked at the St Louis meeting where he is reported to have won 12000 on the season At the close of the St Louis meeting the big Vir Vr ¬ ginian Indian went to Hot Springs and his crew one of whom is a nephew of George Bennett came to Newport and went to work in Mclnerneys Clearness book They have received a letter from Carroll who ie still at Hot Springs directing them to join him in Chicago October 1 Carroll will book the last two weeks of the season at Haw ¬ thorne thorn after which he and his force will go to Frisco to do business at the meetings out there the coming winter Cincinnati Enquirer EnquirerForbush Enquirer Forbush Forbes is the smallest thoroughbred ever seen on the western circuit For a horse of his size he is easily the best ever seen in this coun count ¬ try The little gelding stands about 143 and hardly weighs much over 700 pounds The day he ran Ed Farrell to a dead heat at a mile and a sixteenth he stepped the first mile in 141 flat with 65 pounds up In the match with Johnson he will carry 100 pounds Forbush Forbes is as sound as a dollar His underpinning is per ¬ fect fet and the track cant be too hard for him St Louis Republic RepublicLouis Republic Louis Ezell Bezel has bought Paul Kauvar Kava for the reputed price of 1500 Paul Kauvar Kava at his best is a decidedly useful horse and as Ezell Bezel is one of the most capable of trainers is likely to prove a profitable investment investmentE investment E S Gardner Sons string will return from the New York tracks in time to take part in the Latonia Antonia meeting They have been fairly suc such ¬ cessful cess on the eastern tracks White Frost and Bangle having each won races in good company

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