Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1910-07-31


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NOTES OF THE TURF. Frank Nolan lias engaged Vincent Powers to ride for Hit- Beverwyck Stable at Saratoga. J. SC. 4 ran.-, a aliforiii:m who races at Oakland -v«ry winter, is visiting the eastern tracks. The liois.s of st. K. Watkins have reached Saratoga from Windsor, where tbey were raced with ahraaas. Douiinus Arvi. Troublemaker. Stargowan. AHama ha, War .lig. Drai-oola and Qlaadore have been added lu the scl I in- lisl at Empire tity. Fashion Plata sad Pcfronius. the httacbssJ reliances of the Oaeefc Stable, will itwbaMy b« t of nofltaiKSion for the test of 191ft, Both have RSSkr lane- and trainer W. H. Karrlek will throw them out of I rata lag ■Thes Ter.ih broke down in bis last start at Empire Citv. William Walker suggested to it. F. Carman ihat the horse ha presented to the Canadian Breialag Barean, ami if Mr. Carman la unable to get the horse to the i* st again such disposition probably will Im- made of him. Terah has a bowed tendon. Harry Kites, who irains Tim Pippin, Mr. Oolightly and oilier horses, will sbi|i to Baltimore at the end of the Empire City meeting. Mr. Kites will race some two and three year olds at bunt meetings given in Maryland. His best horses will be freshened and prepared for racing on the tracks of Kentucky in tin- autumn. Jockey Ramsey, who was developed l v William Walker, has returned to bis home iu Houston, Texas. Kauiejs mother wrote to Mr. Walker asking to Icixe thh lads contract canceled, as she did not care to have him ride any more. Mr. Walker canceled the papers with the condition that Ramsey does not ride asain. aud all racing associations and fairs have been notified.

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