Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1903-03-20

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NOTES OF THE TURF. L. H. Ezell yesterday declared The Unknown out of the Harlem National Handicap. Good reports continue to come from New Orleans as to the condition of jockey Llnd-feey. He was removed from the hospital to his home and the doctors report that he will be about in a couple of weeks. John E. Madden has sold to "Will H. Sayre of Latonia, Ky., the two-year-old chestnut colt Handmark, by Handspring Clio, by Rayon dOr, and the two-year-old bay filly Danube, by Mirthful Exotic, by Tom Ochiltree; price ,000 each. Henry M. Ziegler, whose large string of thoroughbreds is at Highland Park, near Lexington, Ky., has added another to his good stable in the three-year-old chestnut filly Miss Gould, by Perblaise Lucy Lisle, by Springbok, bought of Major B. G. Thomas. Price ,500. The plan to hold a spring running meeting at the old Association track at Lexington, Ky., track, is beginning to take definite shape. "Vice-president G. A. Bain, of the Chamber of Commerce, has appointed the following committee to confer with merchants and horsemen in regard to the meeting; G. D. "Wilson, G. Straus and "W. H. Mc-Corkle. General "W. H. Jackson, former master of famous Belle Meade, the oldest breeding establishment in this country, and, too, one of the most famous men in the south, was taken seriously ill last Monday evening, and for a time his life was in danger. The best doctors were summoned, and General Jackson was resting easier Tuesday. His bad health has occasioned alarm among his friends.

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