Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1913-04-03


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NOTES OF THE TURF The New York Legislature is to adjourn about April 19 19Hawthorn Hawthorn the Kentucky Derby favorite is train ¬ ing without the loss of much tlesh He weighed 105 pounds when put on the scales a few days aw awJohnny Johnny Schlosser who lias been assisting Jack Joyner iu training Harry Payne Whitneys horses in England clleil at Newmarket Monday of heart dis ¬ ease easeThe The information is given out that T D Sullivan has been removed from Dr Bonds sanitarium in Yonkers to the homo of his brother in Westchesler village At his brothers house Bit Tim is tinder the earc of a specialist and trained nurses and t is believed by his relatives that the comparative freedom of home life will bring about his compl t recovery recoveryMembers Members of the Piping Rock Club have again showed their sK rting blood when fifteen of them paid 500 each to draw the name of a pony out of a hat with the idea of racing the animals at the Piping Rock horse show in October Since the so ¬ ciety folk of Long Island began the work of re ¬ habilitating racing on a high plane thev have dn deep into their pockets and provided srood sport and plenty of fun for the patrons of the beautiful Piping Rock grounds Other clubs have followed the ex ¬ ample set last year when thirty ponies were bought In the spring and trained for the hi races in the fall but the Piping Rock Club continues to lead all others in the number and variety of events scheduled

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