Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1912-08-27


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NOTES OF THE TURF High Private is reported to be training well at Louisville LouisvilleAugust August liel in outs Dentelle II won a claiming race at Dieppe in France Sunday SundayJockey Jockey Jensen who has been riding successfully at King Edward Park is now under the tutelage of George Fraley FraleyE E C Cowdins Swannauoa a Kentucky Endurance Stakes candidate lias arrived at Lexington from New York and is in the stable of W J Young YoungE E H Bradleys Bell Horse is reported to have worked a mile in 1518 over the Windsor track This is faster than the track record for the distance The good fouryearold Forehead in W 0 Joplius Ktable at Churchill Downs in charge of Nell Enrigbt Is once more in training and is going along promis ¬ ingly Tbe Havre de Grace track is getting excellent railroad service Special trains leave for Baltimore Washington and Philadelphia immediately the racing is over overJack Jack Parker and Jack Deninau are in retirement at F J POIIS farm at Madison Tenu There are fifteen broodmares on the place which comprises 100 acres acresA A P Humphrey Jr has been driving Shapdate to a cart at Louisville and Dan Lehau will try to win a race with this old campaigner during the fall meetings in Kentucky KentuckyJockey Jockey Aubuchon who has been out of the saddle for a long time will apply for a license to ride iu Kentucky this fall lie lias been exercising horses for W O Joplin of late lateGeorge George M Odom has decided to send none of hit horses to Lexington for the coming fall meeting The Odom stable jockey J Callahan will go to Lexington to ride as a free lance lanceCatesby Catesby Woodford has ordered all the horses ho owns which have been racing in Utah Idaho and Montana this season to be shipped back to Ken tucky at once for the fall campaign campaignGallaher Gallaher Bros have applied for stall room for six horses at Douglas Park Tlieir stable which includes Ozana Morris Frlcdsaui Grif Sun Queen Flex and Duvil is now at Lexington LexingtonThe The Maryland Jockey Club has efiauged the dates for the opening of its fall meeting at Pimlico In Htead of starting October 30 it will start Friday tNovember 1 and continue for ten days This is done to avoid a conflict with Laurel during the last two days of October

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