Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1907-07-17


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NOTES OF THE TURF. If Accountant gets over his lameness he will be seen at the Sheepshead Bay fall meeting. J. Drummond and W. G. King were ruled off at Denver last week for alleged attempts to pro-veut Ballston Boys winning through the use of drugs. The attendance at the half-mile track in New-Orleans is falling off. With a free gate for laides Saturday there were only 800 people present and. six: books on. It is the intention of Phil T. Cbinh to place Bohemian in the stud In Kentucky next year. Bohemian is now a tour-yar-old. He is by Florizel II. Rosegarland. James F. Davis, who developed jockey Radtke, was In Chicago yesterday on his way to Wisconsin. Bonart is the only liorse he has for racing just now and he Is turned out at Louisville. "I sold Mamie Algol for ,900," said Mr. Davis, "and Invested the money In Bonart and Boserrian, Those two little horses brought me about 1,000 and I still have Bouart. J sold JJoscrrlau to Pat Dunne.1 , ,. V

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