Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1908-02-26


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NOTES OF THE TURF. John Brennau has shipped to the Gravesend track his two horses, the four-year-old Square Deal, and West Short a two year-old full brother to Merry Lark. Oorge Hill, a brother of Charles F. Hill, manager of Kingston Stud at Lexington, Ky.. contemplates uoing to South America this spring. He expects to spend the summer training a racing stable in Argentine and may remain there pernian-ntly. William Walker has decided to campaign on the metropolitan tracks the coming summer instead of following the minor circuit. He believes that his stable is of sufficient strength to make a showing in high-class company and that bis horses might just as well be running for big purses as for the more modest ones distributed at tin- smaller meetings. V. L. tlendenniu and bis two horses, Antrim and Melino, which he rucrutly purchased from J. .1. Long, have been ruled oft the turf liy the Suburban Racing Association at New Orleans for the alleged pulling of the horse M.-Hno in the fourth race at that track February lti. Bookmaker Kron-enlierg was also ruled oil as being a party to the case. W. II. Woods said he r ¬ęde the horse accord ing to instructions.

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