Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1907-08-28


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NOTES OF THE TURF. E. J. Baldwins sprinter, Cruzados, which dashed Into a tree on the Santa Anita Ranch last spring while running at full speed and was thought to be faially injured, has recovered and will be raced again. The reyort that "Johnny" Reiff, tlie American jockey, lias been engaged at a salary of 0,000 to ride for the stables of Herren Lang, Puchof, Schmio-der and Felix Simon in Germany has been continued. Rev. Mi A. Mathews of Seattle is leading a movement for the suppression of betting on horse races. He says he will carry his light to the Washington legislature, which will not meet again until 1900. Philip J. Dwyer, president of the Brooklyn. Jockey Club, celebrated the sixty-third anniversary of his birth at Saratoga -Thursday evening. Thomas Mona-han and J; A. Rennet were tlie hosts at an elaborate dinner iiiven in Ills honor at Ben Rileys Saratoga Lake resort. Jockey Buxton did the "hat trick" at Seattle last Thursday. Tlie three winners lie rode were Marion Rose, Gerolette and Pal, all owned by the Flour lie Lis stable. Seotty Ferguson, the owner of the stable, is said to have won heavily. Matt Ries bid up .Marion Rose from ?300 to 800. but Ferguson retained bis lilly and then claimed Laura E. from Ries for 50.

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