Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1907-09-29


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NOTES OF THE TURF. "Red" Walker says that he let Running Account go becanse he was too mean and had run away with the exercise boy on several occasions. E. L. Davis reports the death o tho three-year-old filly Naturitch, by OrsinI Carthagena. Na-turitch was the first foal of her dam and had never raced. Uncle Toby, tho G,000 purchase made at tho Buffalo meeting by Mr. Jobn Dyment, has not yet made good. He owes the Canadian coterie and they are a little impatient. Ex-jockey G. C. Fuller, long a down and outer, was before Magistrate Droege of Essex Market Police Court, New York, Friday for public drunkenness. He was warned and discharged. Tommy McGee dropped in from Lexington looking very chipper. Some one asSed him when he thought racing would go at Chicago. "Never," was Tommys reply. Cincinnati Enquirer. The Windsor fall fixed events have filled well and the meeting, to run indefinitely, will open on the Highland Park Clubs track at Windsor, Ont., next Saturday, conflicting one day with Hamilton, Ont. The application of W. C. Daly to have a fine of 50 imposed by the Brighton Beach Association in 1907, and one of 200 by the Brooklyn Jockey Club n 1S99 remitted, has been denied by tho stowards of the Jockey Club.

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