Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1907-09-05


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NOTES OF THE TURF. t Oraculum is how being driven to a wagon. George Odom is now training Pulsus for Mrs. Neilson. George Swain says he intends to remain in the east for the remainder of the season and will ride as a free lance. Charles Vandusen, the former jockey, is at Sheepsliead Bay. He Is in failing health and will shortly leave for Los Angeles. Steeplechase jockey Tim Donoliue has his left arm in a sling. He got a nasty fall while schooling a green jumper at Slieepshead Bay last Thursday. All of the horses now in the stable of W. J. Young are his exclusive property, and he has no partners in any of the yearlings ho Is breaking at Lexington. He says he will not train for other owners in the future. Kimball Patterson is getting together a public stable to race at Oakland the coming winter. It. P. Marshall, the Pittsburg man for whom he is Iiuying yearlings, will not make his debut as an owner until the New York tracks open next spring.

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