Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1910-10-23


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NOTES OF THE TURF F J PonslKtrses utiward of twentylive in num ¬ ber will leave Louisville forthwith for Jacksonville JacksonvilleAfarnie Afarnie Algpr is reiorte l to have come out of her twomile effort In the Tc Lorch Cup exceedingly lame The price paid by Isadore Schlessinger for Kerche val for exportation to Austria is said to have been 1000 1000II II E Nelson has shipped Sir Ashton to Oakland He purchased the horse from R F Carman In Canada CanadaDoc Doc Ashe of Sliccpshcad Bay who was asso ¬ ciated with the late Tiilly Coulter for a number of years will race Hoffman and Ten Paces at Jackson ¬ ville It turns out that Textiles recent injury at Piin ¬ lico was nothing more serious than a stone brulsf and while lie will not race again this year he will be prepared for early racing in 1911 1911Stilly Stilly Night a filly that uafe raced Indifferently in this country will be among the Whitney shipment to England the coming month She is by Sandring luini Vespers and therefore a sister to Angelus AngelusHarry Harry Payne Whitney whose Sallle of Navarre filly by Adam won the Al ins ton Plate at Newmar ¬ ket October won the corresponding race last year with a halfbrotlier to this years winner by Broom stick now known as Witchwork WitchworkRichard Richard Crokers marc Rhodora is standing prepa ratfoni well In England The last race Rhodora started for omitting the Kings Plate she walked over for recently In Ireland was the Champion Prize at the Curragli September Meeting in 1908 which she won starting at 7 to 2 on onA A TccoTtf was established In Paris Sunday October 9 for the Prix du Conseil Municipal The amount paid for admission at the gates of the course amounted to over 380000 and the receipts of the parimiituels are reported at 727350 Although no English horses were running the money invested on the principal race with a dozen runners is put down at 209400

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