Notes of the Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1910-04-27


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NOTES OF THE TURF. J W Schorrs stable will race 0:1 the Canadian circuit after ■ brief campaign on the New York tracks. Danger Mark, a noil of Sempronius and Flirtineer and a hall -brother fo Rpooaer, is one of the most highly Hied colts in Ihc Newcastle Stable. The lensacola BMCtfBM will come to a close tmlay. The Southern Jockey Club refused to extend its sanction to the meeting after Saturday last. In the Prix Miss Cladiator of . hhi. for three year olds, distance one mile and three eighths, run at Mais .11s I.attilte yesteniay. V. K. Vamlerbilts Belli! art finished second. T. W. OBriens Pluvious, winner of a race at Aipieduct a Beat day I ago. is regarded by eastern «riths an em- of the most promising juveniles uncovered so far in the east. J.K-kcy Shillings case is still under advisement in the i-asi. The boy is wailing to have the charge of felonious assault bulged against him by It. I.. Thomas his former employer, ilismisseil. It is said that he will receive a license as soon as that unpleasantness lias been effaced. Manager Matt Winn and Secretaiv Lyman II. V ais tHith predict that good weather is all that is needed m BMhe the crawl that will see the ISM Ki-niuckv Derby run at Churchill Downs outnumber tiie mighty throng that wttaeeaed the famous Ten Broeck-Moliie McCarthy race over thirty years ago. Allan Pinkeilon states thai when he MMhaaed the Texas bred spriiiler. Booger Bed. recently, it was with Hie view of bleeding pate Beadea by mating Booger Bed with half bred marcs. Mr. Pinkeilon says that there is ■ strong market Cat good polo ponies. It Is a common thing he says to sell a pony Mi KM. feaaaaa Maaathaaa taatadMe aalt. Textile, out of f Ormonde mare. Cohl Lace, is believed to be the Jwwt tWVe.-irohl in Thomas Welshs stabh- and tie-aMhWMBl ,,! ■! i;taeseinl. He i working bril Ji.uillv already, but be is such a big. overgrown colt ihai Mr. Monahan will not start him until the Shi cpshcad Bay meeting in June. John K. Madden is so encouraged by Fitz Bethetta dallj gallops at Craveseiu! that be ih-.-lares his belief that the Ktl.elberl f.nir-year -old will win l« lh the Bruuklya and Suhurlian Handicaps. Madden says Fitz Herbert is the best race horse he has seen •on the American turf since the davs of the great Hanover and declares lie will win back the ! 4« . ioo ihc aeat. Horses trained at Belmont Park- have hehl their own at Aiiuediict with those prepared at Uraveseiid anil Sheepsle-ad Bay. with the Carman. Wilson and Patterson roton in front in a aaaaher of races. The C.11111.111 stable i one cf the largest in training about Ke« York, there being twenty old horses and fifteen two Mai olds in tin- barns at ihc big Qaaatai fjounty course.

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