Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1910-07-19


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NOTES OF THE TURF. Frank Regans Ardii is reported to have gone lame. Ort Wells has returned from abroad and is a daily patron of the Empire City races. J. A. Jones has returned to New York from a Pennsylvania campaign with Isabel Casse. Nash Turners Mob CaachQta won the Prix de la Seine nor the Auteuil course at Paris Sunday. Sandrian. Casque. Sir Raymond and Quincy Belle are the horses that Clint DeWitt will race in Canada for the Ouincy Stable. John Sanford. Wixxlford Clay and Tommy Burns have arrived at Saratoga in anticipation of the meeting soon to open there. Theodore Meyer, formerly collector of the port of New York, is credited with the intention of organizing a racing stable in France. Frank J. Goulds Jarreticrres won the Prix Doluia Baghtehe of .oih . for iwo- ear-olds, distance five famanja. at Mataaaa UaArte yesterday. Jeorge W. Leholt has engaged two jockeys for Frank J. Nolan for the Saratoga meeting. Thev are Walsh and Archibald. He has second call on Walsh and third call on Archibald. Art bar N. Btrod announces officially that the legal requirements in Maryland have been complied with and that there will be twenty days of racing at Marlboro, M.I.. beginning September 20. W. A. Leach, tin- horse whose form reversal led to trainer John MHrMebis suspension iu Kentuckv reeently. has been turned out and will not again be taken up until restored to good standing. R. F. Carman is inclined to think that his valuable colt. The Turk, stepped iu a hole at Vonkers in the race for the Seagate Stakes, in which he was easily beaten hy Dalmatian and Faunt leroy. The Turk returned to the scales sore after the finish of rbe Seagate, and he was very la ate the next day. Mr. Cain. an hopes that there is nothing soriousiv wrong with The Turk, but he does not expect to start the Heuo colt again before the Saratoga Mlt-etillg. •

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