Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1910-01-21


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NOTES OF THE TURF TURFYoung Young Jay Gould hns branched out as an owner of steeplechasers in France His horse Cavern finished second in a race at Nice Tuesday TuesdayJohn John llaclimeister has gone to Magnolia Springs Ala for the remainder of the winter together with Charles F Price While at Louisville on his way south Mr Hachnuistcr stated that Latonia would bold a sprint meeting with the pariiinituel style of betting bettingThe The first betting transacted on the forthcoming Derby was chronicled on January 7 when lit the rxinddii clubs Mr Fairies Lemberg was made favor ¬ ite at 3 to 1 with Lord Roseberys Nell Gow sec ¬ ond choice at 5 to 1 Lemberg and Nell Gow are the only two thus far mentioned in the betting bettingS S T Booker Avho trains the racers owned by Thomas L Watt has In his care at Sheepshead Bay at least two twoyearolds that he is enthusi ¬ astic over One of them is a filly by Broonistlck out of Ascot Belle and tin other Is a filly by Meddler out of a Rossington mare Air Watt is one of four heirs to 500 O000 left by his grand aunt Miss Mary Plhkney a resident of New York who died a little more than a year ago agoAllan Allan B Stansbury owner of Solon Shingle and other horses died Tuesday at the home of his daughter Mrs Charles H Pardee West Arlington Mil at the ago of fiftythree His death was caused by internal injuries sustained about a year ago by being kicked in the ribs by a horse lie was training at Fort Erie track Mr Stansbnry was formerly a jockey for Martin Jordan and N K Beach and was closely associated with Patrick Gal ¬ lagher the millionaire horseman of Philadelphia

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