Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1910-06-03


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NOTES OF THE TURF. Coventor Cray cost apt. J. T. Williams 7."i as a NNcauling. John Whalf ■ liainer f..r August Beluioiit. has transferred the horse* in his charge from Belmont Park to Shee|.sheail Bav The Carman string has also been transferred to Bay. Many of ihe stable* that raced at Toronto in ill skip the Montreal eting and will be transferred to Hamilton to a wall the ..pining at that place. Among Hie horse* that will he so treated are those of tin Seagram, Valley Farm. Dymeni. Woodstock. W allien and UvlmrstOB stables Vft. r 1 itz Herbert had won the Brooklyn Handi cap en Tuesday. James It. .we said: "Ol this afternoon 1 was moved lo add I Iiasin. re and take a chance, but I am glad I didnt. No borae that I know of c.iuh! have beaten Pita Herbert BalfaM has u. NM.rk rat oal in the Suburban." Walter Unroll of lalnii.titoli. Alberta, i- the owner • ■I a -inkling ."It hv N.ladc- Copper Queen that In- prizes highlv. Cyclade* i b] Cylhne. the -n ..t the l.|.soin !■ • winner-. Cieero and Mi u. Copper Queen was bred bj Hi. hit.- Marea* Dalj and 1 traces back to the Fnglish stallion Islington. hound one of Hie must highly tried ...Its in 1 Richard T. Wils.ti. .Ir.s barn, has been gelded. The youngster, a bay. by Galore SatistN. worked in i brilliant fashion as i vailing, ami his Mala Hns spring were promising. Ahoand i* engaged in the principal Ixture* of He- season and may he Baal bo ■ the |*.st at Shei pslicid Bay. Wli;li August Bi I !•■• -ut has oaeovered winning two-rear-olda in Poot print. Colden Sand. Babbler and I Madcap it is said hi* be-t ..iiiigster is Flini I Bock, by Bo k Sand Fizgig, which will b. reserved f..i the more impurtanl stakes. Footprint, Colden Sand and Madcap are all sir. d bj B" k Sand. While |e Babbler is a bob of Hastings. Plate Qlaaa, a aromlaiag lout real old. by Plandii t - -Kliza Bell. Which J. I.. .Madden a.ipnr.d last si •i-ar. has passed into the posse**! t Thomas is j jli h k. Jr.. nn!io i- on paring him for racing i- through Hie li.ld. The colt ha* pi.. Ned apt at it imiping and i- already ahif I" clear " bstacles s h, a" manner which suggests championship form. A »viubl. man Frank Otis, one of the sponsors for c |e t si is i- at it s for c ■ lie w.ilkei otis ami i Uuaklng law in Calltomia, announces thai be will exert himself :ii nexl win tcr» seaaion of Ihe California leaJalatur* lo obtain h ,,;,, .f ineasuiis similar to those panned by the Ken V.ik legislature this sprlaa. in order ,,, nic.t th.- situ:iti..u created by California court iiccision* farorahle to rai ing. whleh have had tin-.fleet of virtaalli nnlllfylnjE H" antl-raciaa Ian paaaed at the Umc.i session »f the lefiatetBta. • Micha.i J. Leoaards rraas roaaMry barae. Badaa, ha* I. en .l.stn.ved He was badly injured in the running ..f the Grand National Steeplechase al Bel mi. .hi P. uk .iii.I :dl ho| t training him again was abiiuil.iu .1. Rufus v i- i six-year.-ahl bay gcldinn. ■ UuI.n I seat I. Hutu-, was one of the most fretful hois, s iu ti lining, and at times it became necessary lo l.lindfobl him -.. that he ...iilil be l-*U ta the Hack for work.

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