Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1910-08-11


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NOTES OF THE TURF. Woodcraft was claimed from S. C. Hildreth in his last start by S. F. llyinan. Waadfnrd Clay lwis engaged Joe Notter to ride Ocean Round in tlie Travel* Stakes. James R. Keene has secured second call on the services of Jockey Glass for the Saratoga meeting. A. ! . Rlakoley and J. O. Keene have applied for" stabling accommodation* at Oakland for winter racing. Tlie running races on the inaugural day Of the Bine Grass Fair were won by Tortuous ami Alice A. Dale. The former ran a mile and an eighth in 1:52V and the latter three quirt era in 1:141. Prank J. Goulds C n le won the Prix dit Golf. I Belling steeplechase. 00. distance two miles and one furlong .run at vicky. ! lame, yesterday. The same owners Pauvre Ross finished sc d in the Prix Roves dOr. The suit brought against the directors of Belmont Park by minority tock holder! is expected to furnish the groundwork for a lest case on the constitutionality of the directors liability law enacted by the New York Legislature. Enoch Wishard. who lias trained for John A. Drake both in this i ntry and iu England, has Kurt sold his residence at Sheepshead Ray and intends to sail in a few weeks for France, where he has an op. ning to continue his vocation. Superintendent Frank Clarke of the Stieepshfad Bay track denies that the property will be cut into building lots anil attinns his lieliof that racing will be resinned next year under more favorable conditions. He believes that the laws which caused the ca llation of the fall meeting are unconstitutional. Race track men are wondering whether the new directors liability law will, be applied to the state fairs to be held after the lirst of next month. Running and trotting races, with lietting. have always been features at these institutions and have helped to attract the crowds. Will the fair associations eliminate these races from their programs — New York Sun. farmer Mayor Charles F. Grainger, of Louisville, and atesby Woodford, of Paris. Kv., are among recent arrivals at Saratoga. Mr. Grtiinger told tin easterners that the Churchill Downs management will probably oiler a *25.INM| handicap for three year olds and over, at one mile and a quarter, to Ik- run next ■prlng. * The Marlboro. Md.. track, where an inaugural meeting w ill be opened next month. Is : half mile al fair, but tt will lie equipped with chute* lor nil Mini seven-tin long races. The chutes are now being graded. If the coming fail meeting is a suncea* tic profit R will be siieut mi track and ground Imuroge-nienta ami the Southern Maryland Racing Aaaoela- tli u will hold | s |m in;; ami 11 RMtiug tt t I 1 1 1 1 i ill tfltla

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