Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1898-11-30


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NOTES OF THE TURF Top Gallant was sold at the Easton sale Saturday for 20000 but many doubted whether the sale was genuine The purchaser gave his name as J W Alexander of Chicago but many thought the horso hors had really been bid in for Mr J B Ewing Negotiations are now reported to be in progress which may result in the trans ¬ fer fear of Top Gallant to Mr W C Whitney WhitneyThe Whitney The outlaws begin racing at Wheeling W Va Thursday It is said that 125 horses wore on the grounds last Saturday with more to como The racing it is given out will continue through the winter rain or shine With the aid of a foreign book the outlaws expect to do very well wellFred welfare Fred Fink with Hardly Bonito and Florence Fink Fremont and Cass Sloan with Dare II Ruskin and Prince Blazes and Alex Shields with Topmast Frank Jaubert Jabber and three others have arrived safely in San Francisco

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