Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1908-08-20


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NOTES OF THE TURF Paul H Ralney who is keen on polo and a mem ¬ ber of the Rocknway team at Newport R L was thrown in a game last Monday and seriously hurt Ills back backWise Wise Mason ran a race worthy of a halfbrother to McChcsney yesterday and it is not at all impos ¬ sible that he is destined to emulate the fame of Big Mac MacJubilee Jubilee is to resume racing at Baltimore The colt will l e brought up from the farm at Middle burgh alons with others of the Walden and Little field strings stringsCharlie Charlie Patterson has hopes of getting Kereheval around again The old nag is at Latonia and Pat ¬ terson said Tuesday that be would most likely stand up for a few selling races Cincinnati Enquirer EnquirerHarcourt Harcourt was a good race horse on tho Canadian circMit but seems to have lost speed since being taken to Yonkers If at his best he could easily account for the horses that finished in front of him yesterday yesterdayElmer Elmer Wilson bus been engaged as starter for the Maryland Hunt Clubs meeting He worked as assistant to C J Fitzgerald A B Hade and other starters for u number of years and is a com ¬ petent otiicial otiicialAlthough Although successful yesterday Jack Atkin will have to do better next Saturday if lie Is to land that big 15000 plum A nose victory over lile ing will not do as a guide to winning the Linplre City Handicap HandicapE E II Stagg seventeen years of age was killed at Helena Mont Tuesday He was caught and crushed to death in an elevator He was a former jockey at the Oakland track and his only living relative is a mother in England EnglandThese These two victories brought Mr Keenes turf earnings this year well over tin 200000 mark the exact total being 200100 New York Herald As a matter of fact the net amount of winnings of the Kcciie horses up to Tuesday night was 5107340 5107340It It was said on good authority that notwithstand ¬ ing the large amount of money offered in purses and the Yonkers Handicap on Saturday a total of 5rK 0 added to the ordinary expenses about SlCW makjug 7000 In ill then was a fuir mar glubf profit on the day dayBefore Before lils last race last Monday which he won from Jtunes B Brady and a pood lot Woodcraft escaped from his Yonkers stable iiud wandered all over Wesjchester county He was rounded up in lime to come out on the track and do a good gallop his race in the af teraooii wliluh he won handily

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