Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1908-09-04


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NOTES OF THE TURF Kacing at the Algiers inerrygorouud in Jefferson Parish near New Orleans is toJje resumed next Suiiday by the Horsemens Matinee Racing Club Tim nominator to the Annual Cliainpioii the big event to be decided on the closing day of the meet ing at ShcepaheaU Bay have bccii asked by the assoelatiPu for permission to reduce the guaranteed value of 25000 to 10000 10000Charles Charles Ellison has put his stable away for the year He has sent his horses the best of which Is the sprinter Jacobite to John Hynes nursery at Stamford Conn and released George Brazier his tralnef fortha tita5 being beingAt At the Toronto Ont sale Tuesday of Uie Cedar Farm horses Harry Giddings bought the broodmare Lady Lightfobt II dam of Wire In War Whoop Wickllght and Flying Arrow for 100 and R Worth iugtou got AI Povyell for 200 and Morocco for 110 110The The Jockey Club has appointed Henry J Morris as its steward at tho Jamestown Va meeting and has approved Frank J Bryan as presiding Judge E C Smith as clerk of the course and scales and Samuel Ross as steward of the Washington fall meeting Broadside the Star Shoot Marina colt for which L A Cello gave 0500 last June at the Clay sale lati not earned one dollar this season and seems to bc of liltldaccpunt IFe has run in eight races and lately seems t6liavci a talentT for runuihg fourth though he has shown some improvement Celt is preparing for his stake engagements at Sheepshead Bijy He worked one and onehalf miles in 241 Wednesday and did it eagerly Celt is in tlie Centuty Stakes September Stakes Fliglit Stakes ajnd Annual Champion Stakes Ballot is his engage ¬ ment companion only in the Century and Annual Cliiuiploh

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