Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1910-09-27


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NOTES OF THE TURF. Lillian Leigh, a four-year old bay filly by Ifasetto -Miss Alice, was destroyed after breaking her leg in a fall. B W. Hetlner will race Gay Fisher and others of E. V". Conucys horses at Fort Erie, Marlboro, Plm- llco. Jamestown and Jacksonville. Pari-*— for which Louis Winans paid S. C. Hlldreth 840,088, has arrived in England and will lie entered in all [be big stakes next year. Mr. Winnns savs he will have the Etholborl colt specially prepared for the Ascot b ld Cup. S. C. rUMieth wired to Secretary Frasr of the Toronto Jockey GiUb from Saratoga as follows: "Owing to bad weather have been unable to get In rses ready for your meeting, so hare decided not to send them, as in their present condition they would only be in y • way." BUharity was experienced at the half mile truck meeting- at Quebec and al King Edward Path. Montreal, in tillii! the racing pro-rains, owing to a great ■eareity of horses, l*oyr and Ive-horse fields were the rule, even though the original schedules of six and seres races daily wen- it gums to four ami five. They are not unwilling in Europe to recognise the value or rb rk of race horse trainers. A Paris paoei announces lint Richard Carter, who trained for Count Lagrange, Henri say ami Maurice Epi russi. has received from the snverument the d.-,, nation of the order of Agricultural Merit, as one who has cdntriboted Isrgeiy to the amelioration of the thorough n:ed In Fiance.

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