Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1907-12-08


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NOTES OF THE TURF. W. O. Scully has Pins and" Needles, Mazuuia and several yearlings at Sheepshcad Bay, where they will be wintered. W. II. Dubois of the Patchogue Stable is building a large addition to his stable which is located just outside of the Gravcscnd iuclosure. James H. McAvoy lias sold all of his horses witli the exception of a few yearlings which he has quartered at Glen Head, Long Island. John Dymcnt, the well known Canadian horseman, is occupying himself during the winter with the management of an amateur hockey club. The horses R. T. Wilson, Jr., sent to Benning have returned to New York in charge of trainer T. J. Healey, and are now snugly housed for the winter in the Wilson stables. It is reported that Pater, the four-year-old chestnut gelding by Fatherless Aurine, which J. W. Pangle took to Los Angeles for D. Dunlop after the close of the PImlico meeting, has died at Ascot Park. Charles T. Hyde, of Brooklyn, N. Y., has donated Governor Griggs to the breeding bureau of the Jockey Club. Governor Griggs is a bay horse thirteen years old, by Tristan Silver Blue and has been standing as a public stallion in Canada for th past few years. Sam Greenfield, who once threatened to be a good jockey when riding for Bob Smith, is now a heavyweight horse owner in California. He took Black Domino, by Ethelbcrt Dorotheo and Lady Nagazam, a yearling filly, from New York and is to race them at Oakland.

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