Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1907-10-20


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NOTES OF THE TURF. Tom McCreery will conduct a public training stable at Belmont Park this winter. Miltiades lias been nerved, and its a question whether the speedy Meadowthorpo colt will be of much future account. Thomas G. Stevenson lias leased the running qualities of Duke of Roanoke, bay colt, 2, by Hamburg Shansbeen, to II. P. Whitney. A leading English critic writes of Malter that he is "the most perfect jockey to ride a non-staying horse, his knowledge of pace being superb." Dr. Keith, who was Seen in many races through the field this season, has beeii sent to Lexington, Kyi, and will be turned out ou Jack Bakers farm. J. G. Oxnard has leased the running qualities of Alloy, the chestnut filly, 2, by Golden Garter Roseling, to W. H. Brooks for the rest of the year 1907. The Washington Jockey Club will make its Washington Cup race true in fact as well as in name this year, by giving plate to the value of 00 to the winner of the race. The Enquirer says that it is more than likely that the eastern style of betting will be tried out at Latonia during, the last week of the meeting and that if it proves satisfactory to the public, it will be the only way to bet next season in Kentucky. W. Clements, the champion lightweight jockey of South Africa, landed in England on October 0. He can ride at ninety-three pounds, and several fine judges who have carefully watched the methods i of this little lad, believe him to be the cleverest : lightweight since Fordhani. It is worth mentioning as " a coincidence that three Radiums rcn October 0 on the continental tracks of Europe. The English Radium ran in i the big race at Longcbamps, a French Radium, a three-year-cld by Ragotsky. won the Prix dOctohre at Marseilles and an Italian Radium won the Prix j del Prato at Milan.

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