Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1910-10-05


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NOTES OF THE TURF Billy Wells a twoyearold chestnut colt recently purchased by John Johnson from John A Drake was destroyed at Sheepshead Bay last week following a collision with a fence fenceJnke Jnke Hollhian has arrived at San Francisco and probablv will do the starting during the first two reeks of the Oakland meeting after which Richard wyer will alternate with him at the barrier barrierAccidental Accidental discharge of a shotgun at Lexington Ky yesterday probably will cause the loss of it least two lingers to Edward Madden sixteenyearold son of John E Madden the wellknown turfman turfmanNeil Neil Kuright who invested in five yearlings at the recent Lexington sales has given them over to trainer John Stevens to handle at Lexington until the time comes to go to one of the winter tracks tracksFormer Former jockev Ilenrv SiKncer made a success of bis initial attempt as a starter at Capt E If Cas s tts hunt club meeting and has lieiii engaged for other amateur meetings in the east in a similar ca pMcily It is probable that the bookmakers have been seen at Woodbine for the last time Next year the pari niutuel vstem of betting is likely to be the only form on any of the Canadian Racing Associations tracks Toronto Globe GlobeGeneral General Kitchener governor of Bermuda and brother of the hero of Khartoum T P OConnor a noted meinlwr of the British House of Commons and six other members of the British Parliament wore amonir the notables that witnessed the racing on the closing day of the recent meeting at Wood ¬ bine track Toronto TorontoJohn John H Morgan of Lexington has purchased from 1 B Haggin four yearling colts by Greenan Afrirantfer Wattrimy and Toddiiigtnn They will IK shipped to Latonia by the time the present meeting at Churchill Downs ends and will then be handled by trainer G R Bryson Mr Morgans racing part ¬ ner who is now racing Ella Bryson and other horses 3 R Wainwright has claimed Hit imuie of Polly Pncvlltf for his yearling bay fillv by Ben Strome I a PiNvlle the firsf foal of that noted mare and the first yearling the Texas turfman ever bred and raised Trainer Fred Luzader sav counting the Kires stud fee that Polly Puerile stands the Wain wricht stable over 1000 but he thinks she is a good investment

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