Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1907-05-24


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NOTES OF THE TURF. l.on Johnson, who lie- been training Barney S. hreibei-s i.oui viiie stable, has resigned to take his mother t. Colorado in search ot health. II. B. Daryeas coll Hickory, which so namely beat Orimaldl at Brooklyn Tuesday, Is a full brother to the famous Eugenia Burch, being by Ben Stroute The llumber. Ton McGrath, II. It* Brandts good sprinter, will l c laid up for a short lime owning to wounds on his foreleg* rinsed i. Interfering while running his winning race Tuesday. It. I.. Thomas has anaoanced his ii • nt :■ a i I ship ping ten ot his bursts to the Maine;:, meeting. T. C. McDowell and It. T. Morris will also ship tome of their horses there. The measure of racing at Oakland is hinted at by fact that the California Joekej nubs contribution 1 to the babiola Hospital from last Saturdays Ins was 4,201.50. It was the largest amount the benefit has ever yielded. .h • key Notter was set down tor the remainder of the Brooklyn meeting by the stewards for his i i i. leas ml i ■■ Mi i l Tuesday. Notter caused a Jam soon alter the start in his eagerness to secure a good position for his uiouni. lackej i.reeuiieid made his Brsl appearance i". the saddle since his return rrom France "ii Far • •: Tuesday. lie hoy met with considerable sue,css in France last year and had a him ofier to return but preferred to remain in !!:;- eountrj . Superintendent Gorman id the P.olmout Park track Is tlie recipient of a bandsn Urei tea set from the owners, trainer and riders ot the steeplechasers. Mi. Goraaaa, in turn, has promised to put the c-iess roiintry course in better condition for the next meeting. Accountants withdrawal from tin- Brooklyn Monday was not because .lames I!. Brady and Malt Allen did not think him lit. or hesitancy to let him go in the Bad. but because the hist year champion kicked himself Sunday and Allen was unable to tell how badly the colt was injured. John i:. Madden protected lead Gone up to ,300 when .1. I.. McGinnbl started to led him up from his entered price of ,000 after the Galore BUss-ful colt won the tilth race Tuesday. McGlnnis offered a hundred more and Madden did not care to mike a bid against it. It developed afterward that Mr. McGlnnis won enough on the colt to buy him. The N-w fork critics hare been compelled to change their hies of Master Bddie Dngans qualifies lion- as a rider. Last week the general New Silk o] inion was that the boy would DOl "do." N-w hits lauded to the skies. As a matter of fact, the kid is a lightweight rider of more than ordinary ability and will prove it. not by one days success, but by g I i, ige work during the sea

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