Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1908-02-29


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NOTES OF THE TURF. •lock.-y C. 11. Shilling lost none of his skill in riding winners by leaving Santa Anita for Oakland. Henry Mi— says he js the best rid r of two ,ar olds on the coast. .lame;. A. Murray lias returned to Oakland from I l.nsiness trip to his home in Montana. He expects to imy a few two-ye«r-olds for racing at Butte this summer. Ovelando. the four year old colt which .1. S. Hawk ins bought from Amos Turney last fall for 500 ami lnought to O.tkl.iiid. has not raced to the form lie displayed in his races at litonia. and Hawkins i.- said to have lost more than the purchase price in hacking his i-olt. T. V. Powell, the former owner of Karly Hours. ktaa beta ruled off the turf by the judges at the Tampa meeting for assaulting H. I. Palmer. The iioulil. ariKc i.v r the bidding up of Karly Hour-. after the third race Thursday by Palmer, who owns Silver Brook, which finished second in the race. ■MB Goldblalt believes he made ■ mistake in hurrying Keep Moving for the Oaks, and that it was reopaaaifele for her mot showing in all of her subsequent rtttt Ooldbhitt has decided to give the filly a long lest with the hope that she will return to her lies! form before the Oakland season doses. The twelve year-old broodmare. Genna, by Bal-gowan--Parolee, by lanique. foaled a bay colt by Kill. i. -on February 22, and .T. Carney is wondering what to name the youngster. Her first foal was n.-imed Bunker Hill and the second, now a two year-old, is named Fanoiiil Hall. All three colts are full brothers.

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