Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1908-07-05


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NOTES OF THE TUBF James R Keenes opinion that the hard metro ¬ politan tracks are injurious is supported by John E Madden and A J loyner Madden however says the present scale of weights is all right rightSandringham Sandringham seems to be doing as well as a sire as he should do being an own brother to Flori zel II Persimmon and Diamond Jubilee He split a pastern as a twoyearold and could not be trained trainedMaurice Maurice Levi who is appearing at Manhattan Beach New York with his band has composed a new march entitled The Personal Liberty March which he played for the lirst time yesterday in honor of the success of the Personal Liberty League LeagueThe The statement that Mr Haggln is going to send his yearlings to be sold in England may have been somewhat premature but It is to be hoped for the sake of English public breeders that he Is not going to flood our market in the way suggested London Sportsman SportsmanVigilant Vigilant in the Sportsman gives the following list as that of the best English cup horses of his day Cremorne Doncaster Petrarch Isonomy Rob ¬ ert the Devil Foxhall St Simon St Cation Mar cion La Fleche Isinglass Persimmon Cyllene and William the Third ThirdJack Jack Atkin by finishing second to Far West in the Long Island Handicap completed a record of being second In all three of the June handicaps In the Coney Island Handicap he was just beaten home by Dreamer and in the Sheepshead Bay Han ¬ dicap Dandelion beat him home homeThe The Maryland Jockey Clubs four days Tace meet ¬ ing in conjunction with the United Hunts of Mary hind will be held August 2C 27 28 and 29 The ollicials appointed for it are Frank J Bryan and W P Riggs judges F J Bryan clerk of the coure and E C Smith clerk of the scales scalesW W Evans who has been In England about a month rode his first winner here on Wilkins Mi cawbcr at Newcastle June 23 He came with a great reputation having achieved marked successes in Australia and India where he has ridden Melbourne and Viceroy Cup winners Evans rides in the most pronounced American style in fact he lies so low on his horses neck that he partially hides his colors from view London Sportsman

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