Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1907-09-20


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NOTES OF THE TURF. Notasulga, which recently arrived from Saratoga with Alfred Ilamels string, may race at Brighton Beach. The "Mr. Chetland," racing Kumshaw and others at Toronto, is the iioiu de turf of Mr. A. Henry Higginsou of Boston. Starter Dick Dwyer is In the east, but goes to work when Windsor opens, October li. Francis Nelson will be presiding judge at Windsor, with John .Morrow of Nashville, Tenn., as his associate. Vasanta, by Ma ceo Winter, now with the Respess stable at Toronto, Is said to be a good colt. He was carded at Toronto Wednesday, but scratched. The Cincinnati handbooks were swamped with commissions on him. Ypsilanti has been but a few weeks on this side of the Atlantic, and it is probable that he will not remain here, as a leading English owner - is said to be now negotiating for him to return to England at a price double what Mr. Seagram gave for him. Sheridan Clark, who startetd tlie Jamestown Va. meeting, and with Hart Dernhani as his assistant, virtually ran it, lost his job. He aud the meetings backer. W. .1. Young, a mail of good repute, quarrelled a few days ago and Clark was forced to resign. But, after a conference, Clark went to work again.

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