Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1910-07-24


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NOTES OF THE TURF. Jockey Baaasey, who is under contract to William Walker, has disappeared. Frank Brady will ship a couple of horses from koakera to Fort Erie this week. William It. Grifiin will ship eight horses to Saratoga Springs at the close of the onkers meeting. The recent fast time at Empire City is the result of special attention devoted to the surfacing of the track by Lyman II. Davis, who Is particularly i f-Sclent as a track conditioner. Agility, tlie two-year-ohl that won at Yonkcrs Thursday in the green and white silks of Pat Dunne, is a robust filly. Fred Hanloti. who trains Mr. Dunnes horses, says the daughter of Hamburg — Mou-adottr is the sturdiest filly he ever handled. The sprinter. King Cobalt, owned by Grant Hugh Browne, is again taking jogging exercise at Belmont Iark. Tlie brown son of Cesarion Itowcd a tendon last spring. Trainer Ed Nash blistered the bal leg and it is expected be will stand training. E. Dugan is slowly recovering from an attack Cf pneumonia and will not he able to ride for a con- . siderable while. The Jockey Club, meanwhile, has taken no action on the boys suspension for rough riding imposed by the stewards at Sheepshead Kay. which is taken to mean that Dugan may not be allowed to ride again tliis year.

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