Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1907-04-23


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NOTES OF THE TURF. Cay Boy has been lurned out at Beaumont Farm iu Kentucky. George C. Bennett is nursing a bad case of Ihe grip at .Memphis. .lames K. Kei ne has not been to the races at Aipiedii.t this scasou. Old Honesty is among the horses gel ting ready at La Ionia for spring engagements. Bob Tucker, alter I slay Of ten da.vs at Louis villc, arrived at Aqueduct Saturday. I.ady lnveicauld Dam of Conioy foaled a chestnut colt by Voler at astleton Stud last week. The Schwartz Brothels have hopes of winning the Metropolitan Handicap with Bat Mastersou. The offices af tlie Western Jockey Club, now in the Ashland Block, will be located iu the lirsl National Bauk Building after May 1. It is said that Forge, by Saiidriiigham out of Forget, the go.Mi steeplechase mare of other days, is Ihe best of the two year old lillics in the stable of Harry Payne Whitney. "Whether there will be au increase in the adniis sioii fee al l.aloiiiu is not. positively Juiown." says the Cincinnati Enquirer. "But it is more than likely that, such will be the case." Sid Berry, after seven years as the keeper of a livery stable in Mwbile, has returned to the turf. lie has luiubaioi at Lexington and is in the market for a good handicap horse to take east. Lucieu I.yne has written from Fngland to his parents in Kentucky that he has been engaged to ride in the Derby. St. l.eger, due Thousau.1 Cuin eas. Two Thousand Guineas and other important events. Katy-Did, the twenty-three year old mare by King Ban— Kale Duncan, died last Thursday at Colonel James K. Clavs Marcbiuont Stud iu Keniueky. Kaiy Did was dam of Maceo, Silverskin aud Pan Lougiu. "That filly is a ringer for Rose Denial, the filly that got me iuto trouble over iu France." said Tod Sloan of Notastilga after the daughter of The Commoner had won the Canarsie Stakes at Aqueduct Saturday. J. Harrv Alexandre, vice-president of the National Steeplechase and Hunt Association, says the season just begun is destined to be reckoned a famous one iu the history of steeplecbasiug on this side of the Atlantic. "I am afraid," remarked Samuel Emery to a friend who was trying to excuse Master Roberts defeat in the Caruarsie on the grounds of interference, "That the only interference Master Robert encountered was Notasulgas superior speed." The string of J. U. Madigan, which trainer Gray-don took to Toronto last week, was wintered at the Jewett Farm near East Aurora, N. V. There they had the benefit of the covered track and it is said that Elllcott, Irene A. and Jerry Lynch are well advanced.

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