Notes of The Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1902-07-18


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NOTES OF THE TURF. The recent grand races of Fatalist attracted the attention of the westers owners and Tuesday she was sold to M. H. Tichenor and Co., the well known Chicago racing firm. Fatalist is a chestnut mare five years old, by Kismet Joiza. She has won her last four starts and should prove a handy racing tool on the Chicago tracks. The price paid was not made public. She was shipped yesterday and should arrive here by tomorrow morning, and will probably be seen in action at Harlem shortly. Out of the eighty-two days racing on the local tracks this season, beginning with the Lakeside meeting April 15, but sixteen have been over fast tracks. Eight of these were in the fore part of the Lakeside meeting, while tho other tracks. Worth, Hawthorne, Harlem and Washington Park, have had but two fast tracks each. W. H. C, Toronto, Ont. Your wager having been made on Gimcrack alone was settled by Gimcracks running and wbb a loser. Injunction and Gimcrack wore both in the entries publishod in Daily Bacing Fohm and, having elected to back one singly, you must abido by tho result. Garry Hermann is again in training and moves in good style in his work. Trainer Peter Wimmer expocts to have him ready to race at the Sheeps head Bay autumn mooting. J. K., Chicago. Your wager on Skillman was a loser. Bots wero not declarod off whon ho was oxcusod. Subscriber, Chicago. Dick Wollos ran 41 furlongs in 536, as publishod.

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