Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1907-03-24


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NOTES OF THE TURF. There is a scarcity of stable room at the Lexington track. ■area foals have arrived at Catesby Woodfords BaneJaud stud. Of the lorn two yearlings at Spendthrift Stud, t w 1 1 1 sine are cii -. Bnmey Scbreiber has made application for stable room at Ileltuoiit Park for thirty horses. Fifteen toil- hare been dropped at McGrathlana Stud thus t:ir. the coifs outnumbering the fillies. The first foal al Perry Belmonts farm in Kentucky is a bay eoll by Lthell ert — American Beauty. The Montreal Jockey Club 1ms claimed the dates Septcinlter S to September 14 for its fall meeting. Llaudrinio. dim of Mexican. Boanerges and Lackland, now twenty the years old. is to be bred to San ton. 1nder the Cade Napoleon, in force in the Province of Qparbrf betting on horse races i legal and there is no fear of interruption at Montreal. Number One. the bay filly by Scuipronins -larinie. is regarded as the best two-year-old in Uia sUinK of Charles Os.x at Brighton. Beach. Roseleaf. the dam of Boat hen, barren for four reara, is sikh i foal a full brother or sister to the famous sprinter. She is at Pixiana Kami. Samuel II. Harris has improved so much hat Jerry Carroll, who has the horse at Jamaica, has decided to have him ready for the Excelsior Hand! tap. Horsemen at Banning say that it is next to I Certainty that Band and Plenty will have another try at the Whitney Memorial at Belmont 1ark in May. Hiram Steele, formerly superintendent at John K. Maddens Hamburg Ilace and later trainer for Ldward Conigaii, is now a poiioenamn at Lexington. Kentucky. There is -.till a lot of fro-t in the grcund at Aqueduct. It is said that there was more Ice at the Queens County Jockey Clubs plant than at any Of the other New York tracks this winter.

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