Gossip Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1902-03-08


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GOSSIP OF THE TURF TURFThe The Licensing Committee of the English Jockey Club has examined a number of jockeys previous to deciding on their license The investigations included several prominent English riders whose bank accounts are alleged to show profitable rela ¬ tions with F T Kelly the Bradford bookmaker and others concerned in the Bank of Liverpool frauds It is understood at least two among the foremost English jockeys will not appear on the turf during 1902 The committee granted a license to J H Martin the American jockey whose first inount will be in the Lincolnshire Handicap W N Fleischmann who recently returned from England is credited with saying In my opinion there is little doubt that the English Jockey Club will restore Sloan to his former position He has been convinced that with the English Jockey Club against him his turf future was practically at an end There was no chance whatever of his riding in this country until his license was restored to him in England Undoubtedly ho is a good jockey there are other good jockeys but by a chain of cir cumstances Sloan managed to usurp the premier position for the simple reason that ho was first in the English field Others have followed him and have furnished proof that we have the best jockeys obtainable E S Gardner Jr of Avondalo Stud Gallatin Tenn has sent to John E Madden Hamburg Place Ky eight head of thoroughbred broodmares to be bred to stallions there Following is a partial list Bracelet ch m 11 by Mr Pickwick Brademante by War Dance She is the dam of Bangle BangleWhite White Frost br m 8 by Iroquois Wildflower She won the Louisville and Oakley Oaks OaksWildflower Wildflower ch m 13 by Mr Pickwick Wood flower by The IllUsed i iSouffle Souffle b m 9 by Rayon dOr Soncy Lass by Mortemer MortemerIda Ida Pickwick b m 14 by Mr Pickwick Ida K by King Alfonso It was reported that Madden had bought these mares for W C Whitney but this is denied by him J E Madden has purchased of O H Chenault the chestnut mare Miss Mary by Mr Pickwick Mara tana and the chestnut mare Eeadina by Mr Pickwick Messalina Trainer John Eodegap has shipped toj E Gushing at the Eoby race track a twoyearold bay gelding by Patton Unite by iongfellow and a chestnut twoyearold gelding by Troubadour They have been fitted for early racing a tr Chicago Jockey Landry has been given permission by manager Presgrave of the Goughacres Stable to remain at New Orleans until the end of the meeting Landry has been engaged to ride St Tammany in the Crescent City Derby

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