Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1910-08-09


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NOTES OF THE TURF. Charlie ltallard. a former jockey, will open, a training stable in Canada. Jockey A. Thomas has men out of the saddle for a few ilays with a sprained arm. Toiu Maitnix is gett i ng together a string of hors"s to race at Montreal and Toronto. Thomas Wilson will take four steeplechasers to the Woodbine meeting from the east. Special Brew, a promising two-year-old belonging to the Bcvorwyck Stable, has a troublesome leg. J. W. Schorr has purchased the promising three-year-old tilly. Kespousful, from K. T. Wilson, Jr. J. W. Puller has a yearling by Marchmont out ot Tokalon, winner of the Brooklyn Handicap of 194JO. Trainer George Ham has reached Saratoga with the torst -Hollo string of horses, Including Hanbridge. Ponaii, Colloipty. Billy Bodemer, Americaueer ami others. Pitz Herbert. Olamhala. Ballot and Dalmatian may meet at weight for BSC in the Saratoga Cup on August 27. The Cu» is a ,000 race at one mile and three-quarters. William Walker has entered Elgin for the Dcrbv Cup at Montreal. The distance of this race is a mile and thr Marten and is for horses owned by British subjects prior to August 1. .1. G. Cromer of Nashville, Tcnii., who sold Olam-bala to It. 1. Wilson. Jr., for 5,000, saw that hone win the Saratoga Handicap last week, having wade the trip Cram Boston for the purpose. John Powers, trainer for Barney Schroilier and Harry L. Shaw, has arrived at Saratoga from Yonk-ers with eight horses. Jack Atkin was among the String led into the stable ussigncd to trainer Powers at Mots* Haven. Tin- Peers victory on Friday last is said to represent the tirst winner that Pat Dunne has had at Saratoga in thirteen years. Mr. Dunne has won races at other casttrii tracks, but has invariably had poor success at the Spa. S. C. Hildreth. it is claimed by the management of the Florida Live Stock and Agricultural State Pair Association, will ship thirty horses to Jacksonville tlii.- fall to carry his colors throughout the winter at Moacreif Park. Morokaiiia has been donated to the Canadian Kali nal Bureau of Breeding and will be sent out by the bureau in the consignment going to Alberta this week. These bones will he placed in the MoLeod district, near the foothills of the Kocky Mountains. dpt. James Uees. former presidium judge at southern ami "eastern tracks, is at Saratoga. Captain Roes lives in Memphis now that he has retired from the management of race meetings, and he is devot-iiif. his attention to real estate. Captain Uees never miMes a haratogs meeting. Col. Alex Labold of Cincinnati accompanied uiui east. Robert G. West more, for years associated with the lm of Fasig-Tipton Co., died last Friday at ids home in W.siUohl. X. J. Mr. Westmore was the son of General Stephen Westmore and was born in New Orleans in 1847. Before be went with the I ".i ~ i Tipton Co. he was a writer for Turf. Field ami Farm, and also for the Philadelphia. Item. At one time be raced a small stable of horses with snccees sad was a familiar figure at the courses about New York.

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