Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1908-05-06


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NOTES OF THE TURF A full sister to St Avon has been foaled at J D Millins ranch near Sacramento Cal CalThe The New York turf critics are after jockey Shill ¬ ing with sharp pens and more or less rcasou The rider can do nothing to satisfy them themRoy Roy Mcntry will do the riding for George P McNeil during his campaign over the circuit in British Columbia Alberta and Manitoba ManitobaC C R Ellison who has been in Chicago for some days left for New York Sunday and will live there and race his stable on the Metropolitan tracks all summer summerThe The partnership in Watiere entered with the Jockey Club to Tun in the name of the B O Stable has been cancelled The colt is now the property of C A Metzger MetzgerA A partnership In the twoyearold Tom Reid by Mnrius II Wealth has been lodged with the Jockey Club by P T Chinn and J B Malatcsta The colt will l c raced in the name of Mr Chiun ChiunW W Cahills crack sprinter Smiley Corbett which was Injured in a fall during his last race at Oak ¬ land early in March Is showing such marked im ¬ provement that his owner believes he will be In condition to race before the close of the meeting at Oakland OaklandThe The school for stable boys conducted at Sheeps head1 Bay under the auspices of the Coney Island Jockey Club has closed until November 1 There WHS an average attendance of sixtyone and the boys showed much aptitude in the lessons which were especially arranged to meet their requiremnts and so as not to conflict with their working hours hoursAmong Among the better known jockeys at Oakland who will be seen In the saddle during the Seattle meeting are J Hayes A Walsh W Kelly Sandy Buxton Hcatherton Scoville Lycurgus Butwell Gargan Borel Dearborn Galindo Rettig and Finn Those who now intend to go to Butte include C Miller Hildebrand Charboneau Fischer McClain Post A Williams Stuart E Clark and Vandusen VandusenA A special train of six cars was required to trans ¬ fer the stable of John E Madden from Benning to Belmont Park Fortyone runners including n number of eligibles lo the English Derby and Oaks of 1909 nnd eight trotters owned by his sons Ed ¬ ward and Joseph which will be sent to Poughkeep sle were in tho consignment While In New York Mr Madden bought Chlhllo a halfbrother to Vice Commodore from General Nelson A Miles besides a carload of mules which will be sent to his Ham ¬ burg Place

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