Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1910-07-01


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NOTES OF THE TURF. ij. O. Lee has decided to race at Juarez next winter. Frank G. Hogau has departed on a brief trip to Europe. Jockeys Kennedy and H. Jones will accompany the Wainwright stable to Fort Erie. T. H. Williams Big Chief will begin his stud duty at Napa Stock Faun in California next spring. Three carloads of horses were shipped from New York to take part in the Pennsylvania circuit meeting- at Sciauton and Wilkesharre. Trainer Walker has the eight yearlings he purchased for Thornclifle Farm in New York last week safely quartered at the Woodbine track. Toronto. G. H. Keene has reached Butte with twelve horses belonging to J. N. Camden and J. O Keene which will be raced during the approachiu# meetings at Butte and Anaconda. President J. H. Madigan of the Niagara Racing Association will not see the summer racing at Fort Erie, as he has sailed for Europe on a three-months tour with his family. Before leaving Latonia for Fort Erie trainer Fred Luzader shipped Dr. Waldo Briggs. Bon Ton and S|Hioner to II. P. Headleys La Belle Farm near Lexington and the trio will run out until fall. There will be a two-days race meeting at the Willow Brook Driving Park. Islip. Long Island, tomorrow anil Monday, July 4. Each day four of the races will be for runners with purses of from 00 to 00. Kimball Patterson has gone from Belmont Park to Saratoga with his strins. Mr. Pattersons horses began id race at Aqueduct and they need freshening. They will 1k ready for business, he says, on the flfst dav of the August meeting at the Springs. M. C. Pritchard will ship SpelllKiund. Seymour Bentler. Hooray and three other horses to Butte for the meeting scheduled to open there July 2i. Seere tarv M:irtin Nathanson, who is now in Chicago, has been informed that several carloads of horses will he shipped from Lutouia to engage in the racing at Butte.

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