The Jockey Club Feels Secure., Daily Racing Form, 1907-01-11


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S ,,. M 47 47 4 tf -. 7:; ..., « ,; BMlUag " ,""! the . were City TJL a his City v I.atonia , p, , retstoid ,"! ZZ were , . ,„ ■ .ptestion 2«b THE JOCKEY CLUB FEELS SECURE. r ■ "The fact that Governor Hughes in his first mes- mes- made no reference to the the stge to the legislature that aarthM m ol 01 racetra.ks has ■ well received by the turf." says the New N w the puhlic interes.ed in fact the entire r"- race- of matter York Sun "As a , vote for Mr. Hughes S * at track element cast a big of the persistent attacks lacks the recent election liecause upon racing made by his opponent. The opposition |WoB at Albany last year, and and to racing which developed ,,he the present session ot the during may CMg ap again who do not ,t re re- legislature, is conducted by persons side in -he state of New York and are known as ; pro- pro- feaatoaal refaraaera. The J-nkey club meanwhile while much concern over the s.tua- ■»aa- has not as yet shown stallions donated al to to tion. With more than thirty ,s manv well known breeders of the state and nearly ":"-V the various agri- "gl1 «;:-OOoon to 1k distributed among "Itural s.Hie,ies. accruing from the state racing ! tax. UX the J.Hkev Club evidently feds confident of pewer- *"*!; M backing at Albany when the Wopcr time arrives.

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