Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1913-02-28


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NOTES OF THE TURF. llu- death ot fan Know, chestnut colt by Proa pern ouieii Florentine, foaled in 1900, has been tenanted lo the Joekej Club. Perry B luiotil ha- resigned membership iu the National Steeplechase and Hunt Association. .1. It. Fell of Philadelphia has been elected to till the vacancy. The Jockey Club -towards have tabled joe . . McTaggarts application for a of hi- riding license. McTaggarl was suspended last year for tin. rough riding that culminated in lie- death of Worth. Washington Park on the Delaware River, a port ion of the estate of ihe late Duke Thompson, a famous racing promoter of Gloucester, N. ... was sold ,n auction thi- week for manufacturing purposes for 3,800. Robert Levy, manager of tin- Jamestown Joeket Club, recently applied to the stewards of the Jockey Club for approval of dates for a tali meeting at .lain"-low ii from November 13 to November -" Pending developments in the east, the application was tailed. National Steeplechase and Hunt Association licenses have been granted lo tin- follow ing trainers: James B, Owen-. Timothj P. tahill. Silas Veitch I» F. Kinney. William II. Henry. Mso to the f,,i lowing jockeys: Junes Lynch, William Kohler, William Booth, Bdward Tiee, Edward Kleack. Mr. Werlbeiiiiers Oeillct Blanc, ridden bv Wallow, ran third in Hie rue for llu- Prix Montdore ;.r Engheiti. iu France. Tuesdav. There were eight starter-. Mr. Pfiaers Bkwaaok, ridden by Jockey V Powers, won the Prix ilc Bri.inii.ii-. A twenty franc b"l on Ha- Aiuerican owned horse paid seventy em franc-. The Idaho Senate l.a- passed the bill submitted bj one of ji- committees making poolselling ml booh making a misdeuiea after June of tin- voir. [*he loll will now g.i to the bouse for concurrence i In i i said i" be ■ di i" itioii ou the pari of members ol the bouse on Ihe elimination of the time clause. so that the bill may become effect li ediately oa passage and approt tl IhUlblo wages for a week to! .oli of llo BKMrC thai 3,000 employe of the carpet factor ia which hi w.i-. i partner were provided for in the will of the late btir Stephen Stanford, of Amsterdam. N". Y. Aside from bequests of 30,000 to Amsterdam char! table institutions and smaller amounts to relatives, the residue of the estate, estimated at 0.000JUOO, was left to the testators son. John Sanford. A new rule to apply to -oiling races over Ci - courses under the jurisdiction of the Jockey Club ha- been proposed by George I. Bnstis which will tend to bring race- of that character closer to their real intent. In effect it provides that any horse e-tered in a -idling race may be claimed for the soiling price, pin- ihe value io the winner including bis entry fee. at any time after the entries an- oCaciall.i published. The former rub- wa- that only .such bornca as went to the post could be claimed.

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