Notes of the Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1910-05-08

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NOTES OF THE TURF. Barleythorpe is one of the largest and heaviest three -year-olds in training in the east. Felix Robert, owner of Silver Stocking, has something of a reputation in Mexico- as a bullfighter. He is a native of France. Racing in England has lieen suspended out of respect ,, to the memorv of King Edward VII.. one of the pillars of the English turf, whose sudden death 1, is sincerely mourned in racing circles throughout the wide world. ; Housemaid, winner of the Breeders Futurity at Lexington, is not eligible to the Kentucky Oaks of 1911. Neither trainer Colston nor owner Harrison at the time the Oaks closed expected the daughter of Broomstick to develop into a crack, aud so the filly was not entered. De Mund. T. S. Martin and Sanettts are now in training at Gravesend. Ed Peters brought Unhorses from the farm recently, aud all look to Ik- in ■ good health and condition. They are training slowly. De Mund being high in flesh and not likely to be seen at the post in some time. Montgomery was scratched at Aqueduct Thursday v because he was lame. The Pessara horse struck k himself in work and one of his ankles filled. Mr. Hildreth does not consider the injury serious, however, aud the stout chestnut will probably be seen u at the post again in a few days. When Maskette appeared on the track at Aqueduct lor her preliminary Thursday. James Rnwes •a roan pony accompanied her, but he did not attempt ,t to beat her to the judges stand as he used to try v to lieat Colin and Celt, not always with bad success. s. The roan is still willing to run with the lies horses s in the Rotve establishment, but he is getting gray With age.

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