Gossip Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1898-10-29


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GOSSIP OF THE TURF Carroll Reid will within the next week or ten days ship Bangle and the others of the Gardner string to Nashville Mr Reid will himself go to the Avondale Stock Farm at the same time to select a string which Gardner Son will race at the coming big meeting of the Crescent City Jockey Club He will take to New Orleans ten head iu all including several yearlings Bangle and a majority of the others that raced in the east will be turned out until next spring to begin their seasons work at Memphis White Frost who was recently bought out of the stable by Stephen Sanford Son has Mr Reid says appeared in public for the last time Messrs Messes Sanford Son are very wealthy carpet manufacturers who have established a breed ¬ ing King establishment at Amsterdam N Y They have in the stud Clifford and Potomac and White Frost has gone to join a number of other highclass highlands mares including OneILove Neil La Tosca Tosco Brown Princess and others White Frost is to be bred to Clifford Cincinnati Enquirer Ornament chestnut colt 4 by Order Victor ine cine by Rayon dOr doer will race no more He will go into the stud at Beaumont the farm of H P Headley Headily near Lexington Ky where he was foaled He goes into the stud with a long list of great turf events to his credit and few if any horses have assumed the role of progeni progenies ¬ tors torso of their kind with a more brilliant and enviable turf record His breeding is unim Unum ¬ peachable teachable by the most critical connoisseur and his future in the stud should be as bright as his turf career in the past On both sides of his family he is from producing blood and with the opportunities he will have in Ken ¬ tucky tuck he is destined to make a great sire Turf Field and Farm A sample of the exquisite sense of justice of the stewards was noted at Westchester Esthete on Saturday They fined one Mclsaac Clack for an assault on Trainer Tom Welsh when eye wit ¬ nesses said that Welsh was the aggressor and struck the first blow The poor fellow who de ¬ manded mended his salary was not only abused but struck in the face by Welsh knocked down by three policemen locked up and fined by the stewards If that isnt isn't a fair deal then what is it itAnother Kitano Another sample of justice was the following At Saratoga McCafferty started Lexington Pirate The horse was not fit to race and Mc ¬ Cafferty Chaffer was punished to the extent of having his jockeys license taken away At West Chester Forget was started She was not fit to race either But her owners the Hitchcocks Hitchcock were not reprimanded nor was the trainers license taken away The affair wab swab dismissed with the information to the public that the mare had sprained her back in a previous race The cases were identical but the Hitchcocks Hitchcock are powers in the racing world while Mc ¬ Cafferty Chaffer enjoys no such prestige It all depends on whose ox is gored New York Evening World Washingtonians are expecting good racing at the approaching Bennings Jennings meeting A feature is to be a long distance stake event which it is hoped will be contested by a tine field of stay ¬ ers Its conditions are as follows The Wash ¬ ington Kingston Subscription Cup for threeyearolds and upward entrance fee 10 each 15 addi Addis ¬ tional tonal for starters to be either a weight for age race with allowances or a selling race as may be decided upon by the committee The subscriptions received to be divided not less than 1200 to the winner 300 to the second 200 to the third To close at the office of the clerk of the course at Bennings Jennings D C at noon of Saturday November 19 1898 Two miles and a quarter Counsel for the New Jersey racetrack men represented by Charles Belts have appealed from the New Jersey Supreme Courts decision as to the legality of the antigambling antifouling amend ¬ ment meant The matter has been carried to the Court of Errors and Appeals for review If the case takes its regular turn it will be reached at the March term Clieveden Cleaved bay horse foaled 1880 by Yalten Yale don Lady Chester by Stockwell Stock has been shipped from California back to Australia where he was bred During his stay in Cali Ali ¬ fornia Formica he sired several winners among them Los Prietos Prestos a good 2yearold last year Milton Young has purchased St Florian Florin and added him to the list of splendid stallions that serve to makj mark McGrathiaua famous among American stock breeding farms

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