Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1908-07-12


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NOTES OF THE TURF For tho inconsistent running of Swaggerlator at Butte Mont J Stowe and his horses have been suspended and ordered away from the trhck trhckMany Many horsemen now at Latonla will be forced to turn their horses out until fall on account of fa Hun to get stable room where racing Is now in vogue Mr F R Hitchcock has lieen appointed treasurer of the Coney Island Jockey Club to fill the vacancy caused by the death of J II Bradford His term of otlice continues for the remainder of the season seasonR R C Briens Kercheval which broke down dur ¬ ing the running of the Decoration Handicap at Latonia will be shipped to Nashville and rested with a view of patching Win up again for racing purposes purposesFrank Frank Gills defeat of Hessian yesterday suggests that this good colt is returning to something like liis form of last year when he was a real star He had quite a pull in the weights but at that hla race was a good one oneTlie Tlie restoration of Edward Corrijtan to track privi ¬ leges is creditable to the Coney Island Jockey Club It is an act that might with propriety have been done long ago considering the nature of his offense but better late than never neverThat That the Jockey Club tracks are exceedingly friendly toward the Empire City people just now is shown by the fact that for its fall meeting of one week In October Empire City can have the use of the Brighton Sheepshead Bay or Belmont Park track trackDan Dan T Morris will try competing for purses in the west and has requested stable room for twelve horses from the officials at Seattle He will ship his string from Latonia immediately on receipt of news that available stall room to house his charges has been found foundIf If it is true that a track is being constructed at Windsor with a view to winter racing it is to be hoped the Canadian Parliament will enact legislation sufficient to prevent its operation Winter racing In the mild climate of California or Louisiana is appropriate In the severity of a Canadian winter it would be monstrous cruelty to horses and riders as well as hurtful to the continuance of the Caua Jian turf turfAccountant Accountant should be a valuable horse to the farmers of Long Island Jim Brady paid 30000 for him In 1905 The horse then a threeyearold won that season the Tidal Withers Realization Brighton Derby Saratoga Derby and the Annual Champion Stakes He was the largest stake win ¬ ner of the year Since then however Accountant has not been able to stand training and recently trainer Matt Allen concluded that it would be a useless task to proceed with the horse

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