Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1908-01-03


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NOTES OF THE TURF. Tlie Morning Telegraph of New York prints a tip loin Hot Springs. Ark., that there will be no rac-:ng there this spring, but that the poolrooms there .vill soon be open again. C. F. Grady has sold his two -year-old brown filly by Nasturtium — Bon Air II.. by Spendthrift, to Ray nor and Co. The filly is good sized, well proportioned and has been entered in the Spinaway. Great Filly and Futurity. The Belgian Revue de Cavalrie estimates the horse population of the world at .S0.000.00i. of which 41.000.000 are in Europe. IO.imM.OOO in North America. 11,000.000 in Asia. J.OOO.OOii in South ml Central America, 2.000,000 in Australia and l.iMM.OOO in Africa. The best colt in I. J. Farrells lot of yearlings is the chestnut son of Kinley Mack and Maiden Ioein. full-brother to Clark Griffith, which has forked better than 33] seconds. He has been en tered in the National Stallion, Foam, Expectation mil Fremont Stake*. In an accident while goii.g to the November sales :n Kentucky, Mary C. eighteen years old. by Bilbt — Vega, by war Dance, and the dam of Berctair, winner of the Tennessee Derby of 1S90, u as killed and other mares injured. H. T. Oxnard. .f i he Blue Ridge Stud, is suing the Adams Express Company in Kentucky for the value of the Marsea,

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