Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1907-12-18


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NOTES OF THE TURF. Jockey James Foley has arrived at Santa Anita and will ride as a free lance during the meeting. Trainer lid Why to will winter Tourenue and the other horses of the Kirkfiehl Stable of Canada in Washington. James Arthur lias sold the nine-year-old chestnut gelding. Little Elkin, by Lamplighter Emma Pickwick, to a man racing at the half-mile track at New Orleans, where Little Elkin has already won a race. J. II. Spratt thinks the colt by Cromwell Ril-lito, which he purchased for 10 at the Antrim Stock Farm sale at San Francisco, will make as good a racer as Ocean Shore, which was also bred by Charles Kerr. The brown yearling colt by Greenock Wrinkles, which owner F. J: Neil has named Lookout, ran through a fence while exercising at Oakland and is so badly injured that lie probably will not start in any of the stake engagements made for him. The New York sensation mongers are still dealing with the alleged second Colin in one of the Keehe coining two-year-olds and have induced the confiding Associated Press to spread the news that it is a colt by Disguise Mildred that is to dazzle the world next year. The Wetasklwin, Alberta, Turf Club, has elected the following officers: Hon. President, E. W. Day; president, F. Birch; secretary, R. W. Gibbs; executive committee, Messrs. Eggleston, Gibbs, Nick-erson, Standefer nnd Owen. Races will be held on Victoria Day and again later in the season.

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