Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1910-03-02


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NOTES OF THE TURF The withdrawal of Ballot Helmet Affliction and Sweep from the Brooklyn Handicap leaves Maskette Hilarious and Grasmere to represent James R Kecne in that event and his Suburban eligibles were reduced by the declaration of Helmet and Orasinere to Ballot Hilarious Maskette Sweep and Affliction The democracy of the turf had another illustration in the recent British elections when Sir C 1 Rose a Canadian who represented Newmarket in the last house was defeated by the Liberal candi date George II Verrall Sir Charles Rose is a member of the English Jockey Club the most ex ¬ clusive institution in Europe and Mr Verrall is a Jockey Club ollicial who acts as judgq and haudi cappir at various meetings meetingsFred Fred B and Joseph V Lemaire have registered colors with the Jockey Club at New York for the coming season Max Ilirsch will train their horses At present Ilirsch is at Juarez and he will handle the horses of Alberto Torrazas in the east as well as those of the Iiemaire brothers lie has announced his Intention of shipping his horses from the Mexi ¬ can tranlc to the Yoiikers course of the Empire City Racing Association and they will be fitted there

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