No Big String for Turney., Daily Racing Form, 1907-02-27


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NO BIG STRING FOR TURNEY. Memphis, Term., February 2G. — Amos Turney left here tonight for li is home at Paris, Ky. "I am going back home to prepare for hard times on the turf." he said. "Horsemen may just as well make up their minds to operate on a smaller scale until the reformers get over their fooUaaaesa and the legislatures are made up of more sensible men. I will go east this year wit!, the smallest string that ever went out under the name of Turney Brothers. We can better afford to keep the horses at home on the grass than ship them to the overcrowded tracks. There will be no great decrease in the demand for good horses and prices will stay up for them, but there are a lot of selling platers that will be pulling milk carts before June time if their owners are wise." #

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