Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1908-08-29


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NOTES OF THE TURF Chicago fable writers declare in telegraphic fan ¬ cies sent out broadcast that President Dave Barnes of the City Park track of New Orleans is Ed Corrl gans soninlaw As a matter of fact Mr Corrigan has no children and Mr Barnes is only a distant relative if his hisPublic Public betting on a large scale was stopped at Galesburg Knox county 111 Thursday Ira Rice and John Gordon who paid the association for the privileges will fight the case The action was taken on a warrant sworn out by Thomas Holloway of Knoxville 111 111It It is estimated that in the face of extremely bad weather and much general annoyance the Empire City Racing Association will lose less than 20000 on the Yonkers meeting If the weather last Sat unluy had been pleasant the association would hqve probably been able to get close to an even break breakW W D Randalls fouryearold horse BIUv Ayres a fast animal among his own kind In the west was killed at Butte Mont si lew days ago after break ¬ ing a shoulder in contention lib was Oresonbred uud by Salvation by Salvator out ot Wild Lass by Handsome Billy Ayrcs forte was short sprint ¬ ing The flckle New York racing public no longer be ¬ lieves that Walter Sillier a ml K DIIUIIII lire good riders and are worshiping at tlfe riding shrines of J Butler J Bergen Lee and Shilling In only the latter boy probably will they find lastlnc comfort Notter is not what he was to New York racing notion David Taylor an exjockey was killed at Pater son X J Thursday last The Paterson papers de clare Taylor to have been famous and to have rid ¬ den the winner of 100000 in races in this country and to have been astride the winner of the English Derby twentyfive years ago Of course their de ¬ claration is erroneous

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