Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1908-06-02


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NOTES OF THE TURF Joe AViber who was once a good jockey but got too heavy for American weights is now one of starter Dick Dwycrs assistants at Oakland OaklandGuiding Guiding Star one of the horses that S C Hlldreth left oit the coast in charge of John Lowe broke down while being breezed lit Emeryville last Mon ¬ day dayGood Good jndgW politically in Ncw York declare that there Is no possible danger from legislation hostile to racing at the present extra session of the legis ¬ lature latureJockey Jockey Walter Miller tells the eastern folks that he can without trouble make 104 pounds riding weight and that for the present he would arrango for his own mounts mountsThe The following horses were soW at auction In the Louisville paddock last Friday Cousin Mary 85 Jim Shaw Recite 70 Gene Iutz Phil Finch 170 Shaw Peter Becker 100 II 1 Reed Opon Air 70 Shaw Sarnantlia 100 Fred lloerter Ardls 2CO LItrell Water Ghost 70 AV R Moore Nottle 7 SO Smith Sir Mincemeat 100 AAill Carson CarsonJ J B Dunn and J J Troxler bought tho horses that Magrnne Tozer sold for II T Offutt In the Emeryville paddocks last week Dunn bought I5os Elder for 2 M John C Grans for 375 and Belle of Portland for 525 Troxler became the owner of Sun Mark for 700 and of Bribery for 000 Mintia was bid in by Oirtitt at 500 Gallantlu a threeyearold maiden owned by 11 M Mason was sold to II G Bcrryinan for 05

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