Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1908-04-25


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NOTES OF THE TURF Tim Sullivan Is said to be negotiating for the services of jockey Woodard who Is riding at Oak ¬ land landJockey Jockey Lycurgus who is riding for IT G Bed well In California is a weedy l oy and again in bad health He is to be given a long rest restThe The throe days Craven meeting at Newmarket England was discontinued last Tuesday afternoon in the middle of the days program which was in ¬ terfered with by a snowstorm snowstormThe The eastern sharps consider Vervane to be a most likely jumper She is lioth fast and fearless a thoroughly good fencer and with a little more seasoning is considered to be capable of holding her own in any company companyTom Tom Ilealejr is driving the old sulker and onetime onetimeood ood horse Dolly Spanker to a cart The old oldfellow fellow has taken kindly to this form of training trainingand and Healey hopes to get him to the races a good goodhorse horse later in the season seasonIt It is stated that the Metropolitan Turf Associa ¬ tion which has gained health out of the changes in eastern racing conditions is recruiting It Is proposed says rumor to invite outsiders to join with an initiation fee of 2500 2500There There is a strong probability that the infield at the Harlem race track will be turned into a golf course as a Westward Ho member is nego ¬ tiating with John Condon its owner for the regular use of that portion of the race track trackSporting Sporting crowds in Great Britain far exceed ours April C at Glasgow Scotland i0000 people saw the England vs Scotland drawn football game Prices are so low there Ibat the receipts from both Held and stands came to less than 5000 5000Money Money orders of less than 5 in denomination will bo used in place of cash in making bets on the races in the poolrooms of Covington Ky if present plans for evading the antipoolroom law are carried out The orders will be supplied in quantity out side the poolrooms poolroomsOiseau Oiseau is doing well in Kentucky where he has been turned out ifor some time and all signs of his bowed tendon have disappeared Accountant and Fonntalnblne two others of James B Bradys string are in training at Gravesend and It Is hoped both will stand up under training trainingDe De Mund is said to be lame The trouble seems to be in one of the shoulders a bad place But any lameness Is apt to be a serious business with as big a horse as De Mund The 45000 Goldfinch colt weighs all of 1200 pounds The trouble may keep him out of the Toboggan Handicap for which liu Is being prepared

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