Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1907-10-30


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NOTES OF THE TURF. Wool Sandals, which was shipped from Oakland to Loulsvillo last spring to riin in the Kentucky Derby, will be sent .back again with W. E. Ap-plegates horses by W. J. Young this week. The joint ownership In The Squire-has boon dissolved. Dennis Sullivan has sold his half-interest to ills partner, Thomas Welsh, and the Prineeof Melbourne gelding will run in the name of Mr. Welsh in the future. One of the fastest yearlings at the Lexington track is Colonel W. E. Applegates Ccsarion tllly. Rome Respess Dick Welles colts were breezed last week and several are credited with stepping quarters in 0:23. Cincinnati Enquirer. Thomas Hitchcock, Jr., has an interest in the Burlew and ONeill two-year-old Angclus which tiiey bought at the Whitney sale a few weeks ago for ,700. The Sandrlugham colt will be raced at New Orleans by Burlew and ONeill. There is not one possible chance of any extension being asked by and granted to Latonia by the Kentucky Racing Commission. The present meeting closes Saturday, and western horses will be Idle unless they go to Texas until New Orleans opens November 23. Sam Emery has refused an offer of 3,000 for Master Robert and tile oiTer was made, too, before the Mazagau colt won the Southold Handicap. Master Robert has been in training ever sinca February, and will be retired for the year. He will winter in the east. Steeplechase jockey Jimmy Owens is slowly recovering from the serious injuries received when be fell iu a race with Merry Saint at Shecpshead Bay July 0. He will not ride again this year, but next year will do all the riding for Temple Gwathmey, who races in the name of "Mr. Cotton." The public is naively informed by various newspapers which should have more news morality than they have, that "the deal for Sain still is hanging lire." Then again Schrciber will, Jhis winter, according to the same sources of information, nominate several youngsters by Sain for the Epsom Derby of 1910. Why should Schrciber be in such a hurry when he has until July, 190S, to select from his big band of weanlings by Sain? William M. Rogers, who trained Rafacllo and Richard J for Michael Murphy, of Philadelphia, when that successful oil man first took up racing, is renewing acquaintances at Jamaica. Rogers has lived in California for the past few years and owns a good-sized string, which he will race at Oakland this winter. Last week lie bought Knock-lrliy from W. C. Daly for racing on the coast, but has entered the horse in the second race to be run at Jamaica today.

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