Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1910-01-01


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NOTES OF THE TURF JLIU iutiiviii i IIHT im jmposed on riders and trainers at Jacksonville will go into a fund for the benefit of disabled jockeys and trainers trainersEddie Eddie Jones who was compelled to abandon the saddle in consequence of an accident in Belgium several years ago which partially paralyzed him is a ticket taker at the Oakland saddling paddock entrance entranceThe The Hunts Committee of the National Steeplechase and Hunt Association is to establish iicrniancnt head ¬ quarters of its own in tin Windsor Arcade New York from which the amateur meetings of 1110 will be directed directedThe The Southern Club formerly conducted at Hot Springs Ark by the DuganStuari interests has been taken over under lease bv Saui Wagner of Dayton Charles Walker of the ChambersWalker racing syndicate which formerly operated on the Canadian circuit Enoch Hughes a Texas sporting man and Sam Watt of Hot Springs SpringsMr Mr C J Merry a prominent English racehorse owner is dead Among the horses that carried his colors was Deuce of Clubs which ran a dead heat with Sea Song in the Surbitou Handican at Sandown Park twenty years ago They ran again and again the result was a dead heat At the third attempt Deuce of Clubs was the winner but his margin of victory was only a neck Mr Merry was a son of the famous Scottish ironmaster James Merry who made an indelible mark on racing history with such horses as Doncaster Thormanby Sunbeam Sun ¬ shine Lord of the Isles Scottish Chief Macgregor Marie Stuart and manv others

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