Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1906-03-07


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NOTES OF THE TURF. Joe Hawkins thinks Moharib will race this year. "John Bright" Harding is training Klingsor for the Tennessee Derby. William Wallace, who underwent an operation for appendicitis in New Orleans, is said -to be out of danger. C. T. Henshall and Barney Schreiber have reserved by wire from Oakland stable accommodations at Montgomery Park. Paul J. Rainey will leave for Europe April 15. He has given trainer "Bull" May instructions to sign a jockey. He wanted Radtke. Trainer Charles Mulholland lias taken up the two-year-olds at George 0. Bennetts farm and will shortly remove them to Montgomery Park. Lally is still favorite for the Derby in England. Black Arrow is second choice. King Edwards Nulli Secundiis has had some backing at odds of ICO to 3. George C Bennett, the Tennessee turfman. lias made Mrs. Bennett an equal partner with him in the ownership of nine horses, six of which are two-year-olds. There will be steeplecliasing at Aqueduct this spring. The stewards have granted the request of the Queens County Jockey Club for the use of its conrse which was built in 1004. The Board of Directors of the Los Angeles Jockey Club, in reporting on their investigation of the charges against General Manager J. W. Brooks, said that they found nothing reflecting upon his hottest anil Integrity, but that they did find his judgment in disposing of some matters faulty. Statistics compiled at New Orleans credit jockey Sewell with 10.1 winning mounts during his period of activity at Cresent Park. The ompilers have evidentlv overlooked the fact that Ed Early, when ridden bv Sewell January 10, was disqualified and Uave credited him with one more win than he earned.

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