Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1908-01-24


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• e s . 1 B 1 r 1 . B f NOTES OF THE TURF. It is said one reason taking W. O. Parmer to Cuba for a few days tour, was lo study the winter racing situation at Havana. It is reported that S. C. Hildreth has Veil back to her best eastern form and that the Disguise — Bi- turica filly will be a starter in the Burns Handicap. The five-year-old bay norse Voorhees, by Solitaire II. — Carnation II., will not lie sent to the post again, says his owner, but will be retired to the stud at Napa Stock Farm. J. M. Johnson has not permitted jockey Vandusen. who is under contract to the Johnson and Dodson stable, to ride since his bungling work with Sidney F. in the last race at Oakland last Friday. Samuel Emery, who is spending the winter in New York, says the colt Red Robert, which he has liber- ally named for the two-year-old stakes, will lie a better colt than Master Robert was last year. James Hyde, Joseph Vendig, George Considine, Ed Tipton and a number of other New Yorkers will go to Florida within the next few days on a fishing trip and incidentally to take in the race meeting at Tampa. William Oliver has sold to J. S. Tyree, Washing ton, a highly tried two-year-old filly by Dublin, for ,000. She is now at the Oliver winter quarters at Lakewood. N. J., lnit will be shipped shortly to Ren ning. where she will be trained by William Shields. A carload of horses which have been turned out at Boise, Idaho, since the running meeting there last fall, following the Spokane meeting, have been ship- ped to Oakland and are now in training at the Tan- foran track. Ethel Day, Piquet and Aaron J. were the best horses iu the shipment. v

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