Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1907-08-02


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NOTES OF THE TURF. E. R. Bradley will ship his horses from Brighton Beach to Saratoga Sunday. One of the additions to the Montreal Jockey Clubs plant this fall will be a large dining room for utahlc men. Royal Vane spread one of his feet in bis last race and C. E. Durnell says it will be a long time before he races again. At the entrance to James R. Keenes stable at Sheepshead Bay is a sign which reads: "No person allowed inside, excepting employes." In the hope that it will add to his racing usefulness, James R. Keenes Grimaldi, the three-year-old son of Disguise Calico, has been gelded. Von Tronip is draining William McKInneys patience and pocketbook. His last winning race was at Ascot Park March 23. Since then he has started eight times. Nimbus is a better horse than was Kentucky Beau last year. He has won his last three races in a fashion which entitles him to serious consideration among the best of the two-year-olds. Johnny Relit, who was riding Sourdiue In the race for the Stewards Cup at Goodwood, Englaud, Tuesday, was fined and suspended for the remainder of the meeting for anticipating the start.

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