Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1913-02-19


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NOTES OF THE TURF. Jurkej Picket will io aoaie of H. •. Bedwelli rid Ins al Charleston Newton Bennington baa embarked la tin real ea late business in Sen Von City. A hill is -..-lid to he i i:ul for introduction in the Indiana l.c-i-laltue designed to permit pari mutuel !■• tins, "ii i-.i. i i, * ; itit liinsiiil conduct both on and off the race track iiiu-l he the rub- With the ridel-. ;b well a* freedom frooi intent to defraud and from foul lac tic-." i- General Manager F. t. Pons iilrimaium to the Jockeys riding al Palmetto Park. • Free Trade, by out of Bench Miss Ball, is one of the biggest two-year-olds in training at Palmetto Park and V. ii. Joplin is going slowly with him. Mr. Joplin i- credited with having worked a great Improvement in the track manners uf the mare Cherryoia. A measure limiting race meetings to right daj • introduced in the i raSlr bj ■ senator from Flat bead, i- still under cover, unless perchance it i-getting early morning work-outs. At any rate Billy Gemntell has Rone home and thousands of race Hack fans ran now draw a Mull of relief. Helena Correspondence Butte Miner. Mrs. Alice Green, ■ woman ■unci, has obtained a verdict id,000 damages in a Paris court from Charles Itizer. ah American owner of racing in France, under peculiar circumstances. Her coll. Flush Royal, was run into and killed h. a mare belonging to Mr. Prl/.cr. She alleged that the arc i ch-ut wis the result of the negligence of Mr. Ilizer-l.oy. Mr. Pfizer did not defend the case and iuilu men I was given by default. 1 1 u-ed to be an accepted ides that the camera "couldnt Io-." This may be eorrecC hut it is possible for it to give an erroneous impression. Foi instance, in a- Carrlugtou Stakes Sir Willie and Hot Ait linished so dose together that only the judge could -a., which ran third, but in the puh I i shed pbotNnrrapba Sir Willies rider is not discernible, and it is only by counting the legs of the front hunch hat certainty attaches to another horse being there in addition to the three plainly -limui in the pictures. Sir Willie tinishecl right on the rail and. a- his rider i- bending low. is fairly covered up by Hot Air. while Nnwara. F.liya and Ruby Hampton, which finished further out. assisted in obscuring Ii i in. — Sydney Referee.

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