Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1908-03-06


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NOTES OF THE TURF. Barney Schreiber will breed Miss Prudential and I one or two other mares to John D. Millins stallion. St. Avoniciw, this spring. All the stables at the Kentucky Association track at Lexington are reported to be full and horsemen at New Orleans are in a quandary where to find stable room for the horses which they intend to race at the Lexington meeting this spring. Firestone, the pride. of the Thomas H. Williams i stable, is reiiorted to ! e training well at Oakland. His wioker sojourn at Brentwood did the colt a i great deal of good and he will be prepared for his eastern engagements by trainer H. E. Rowell, who will leave for Gravesend with the stable some time hi May. The plan submitted by the Jockey Club for the curtailing of betting ou the New York race tracks i is said to have been drafted after consultations i with Rev. Dr. Thomas R. Slicer, Police Commissioner Bingham of Kew York city. Justices Gilder-i - sleeve and Blanchard of the Supreme Court, Justice Foster of General Sessions, and several magistrates * of New York city and four ussistaut district attorneys - of New York county.

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