Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1907-11-05


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NOTES OF THE TURF. Nineteen stables, with stalls for 520 horses, have been completed at Santa Anita Park and are ready for occupancy. Marbles, J. W. Mays speedy black filly by Lis sak, was a bargain counter yearling, selling for 00 at that age. C. E. Durncll claimed Onatassa. out of the second race at Jamaica, Friday, for ,S50. She goes to California with the Durncll horses. Mrs. E. ,L. Israel reports the death of the twenty-two-year-old broodmare Tourmaline, by Sensation Ocean Queen, by Prince Charlie, at Thorndalc Stud, near Lexington, Ky. Parisian Model, by Lackford Frcnehie, which i was shipped to Vinehill Farm, near Nashville, Tchn., some time ago for a rest, met with an accident on the farm and was destroyed. R. II. McC. Potter will have a number of horses at the New Orleans tracks this winter under the management of F. G. Graves. The best of them will be Vestabella, Ariadne, Jin Jitsu and Peroxide. Joe McCarthy, well known here and in New York, and son of "White Hat" McCarthy, who won the American Derby of 1SS7 with C. II. Todd, was in Chicago yesterday on his way to San Francisco for the winter. .It is now" announced from Memphis that G. C. Bennett has reconsidered his recent determination - to retire from the turf, aui has sent tweaty-one head, to Montgomery "Park to be trained for the New Orleans meeting. Clyde broke down in the third race at Jamaica Friday and was destroyed. Clyde was bought by J. Marronc but of a selling Tacc ,at Yonkcrs, August 15, from J. C. Fcrriss, Jr:, for ,200" and the six year-old Clwyd Miss Jumbo gelding in four races since with one win and a second has paid for himself. James Griilin will have a good-sized stable of young horses at New Orleans this winter. He will ship eight two-year-olds and about as many yearlings. The yearlings "will represent the best of those at the farm at Urbana, 111,, and are by Uncommon. Frontenac and Husted will be the best of the older horses. Jockey George Swain lias accepted an offer of a monthly salary made to him by trainer Rogers of the Whitney stable for the first few months of next season. If Swain rides to the expectations of Rogers it is understood other arrangements will he made whereby Swain will become the regular rider of the Whitney horses.

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