Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1908-09-24


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NOTES OF THE TURF Dainty Dame is to be turned over to J S Haw ¬ kins after the Louisville meeting and raced in Cali ¬ fornia next winter winterEdward Edward Corrigan is in Cincinnati closing a deal with Tennessee parties for the sale of twentylive thoroughbred marcs marcsThe The Illldrcth stable from the cast and Seattle will be handled the coming winter at Oakland and Los AiiRcIes by both Hlldreth himself and his brother inlaw Frank Taylor TaylorAt At the Lexington pales of Tuesday the stallions Ed Farrcll and Royal Stag in the consignment of Grant Hugh Browne of New York were sold to T o foro F Kelley the former for 50 and the latter for forWilliam William Gargan a brother of the boy who rode St Francis in many of his races lust season is an apprentice with John Frotters in California The elder Gargan has gone with the stable of M D Miller of Chicago ChicagoAmong Among tlie horses which were at the Emeryville Cal track nil summer were Suzerain Sir Davy Rosylight Vinorsini and Steel Blue part of Vic Terrys string W Murphys Rotrou A B Bu ¬ chanans Dollie Dollars and O Applebys Mindanao MindanaoIn In the Frank Folir Stakes at Louisville next Mon ¬ day the field will come from these western stars Pinkola Kings Daughter Tho Minks Moquette Cymbal John Carroll Czar Lawrence P Daley Ihuknight Miss Lida Miss Alert Polly Prim and 1erah 1erahMr Mr Belmonts Golden View winner of the last race at Brookljn Monday is a full sister to Fair Pliiy being a chestnut tilly by Hastings Fairy Gold Her real form was so well concealed that few of the shrewd fellows gave her a chance The tilly is a good Individual and likely to race on with distinction

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