Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1913-04-27


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NOTES OF THE TURF Punch Bowl which finished second to Envcr Bey in a recent race at Havre de Grace is the twoyear old by Ornament Algie M which T P Hayes sold not long ago to E W Hcflner trainer for E F Cooney for 4000 He is described as a grand looking youngster youngsterAt At Sandown Park near London England last Friday the Esher Cup of 52K over the Sandown Mile a handicap for threeyearolds was won by II M Hartigans bay colt Evening Pleasure by Pericles Stray Moments G D Fabers brown colt High Rock by Rock Sand Haiitesse finishing sec ¬ ond and A Stedalls chestnut colt Political by Joe Chamberlain Elra Weenie third thirdJockey Jockey J S Whatley yesterday left the Provi ¬ dence Hospital at El Paso of which he has been an inmate since he had a leg broken at Juarez five weeks ago He is exceedingly grateful to the Jockey Club Juarez which has borne all the expense arising out of the accident He will proceed to his home at New York to ride for a time Ixjfore joining the stable of B E Chapman at Montreal The Chapman string consists of Stick Pin Defy Secrete June W and three twoyearolds twoyearoldsIt It is reported that trainer J O Kccne has about given up hope of winning tlie Kentucky Derby with J N Camdens Helios and is now pinning his faith to Ix rd Marshall which belongs jointly to himself and James Forsythe of Harrodsburg Earlier in the season Mr Keene had backed Helios strongly in the winter books with his own money but it is understood that he Is now hedging on Lord Marshall and has sent in a good commission on this colt within the last few days Helios has become so nervous it is reported that he cats little and shows such a strong tendency to bo a stall walker that a goat has been put in witli him and a window cut through the side of his stall so that he can rub noses with a pony In the next stall

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