Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1913-06-12


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NOTES OF THE TURF Jockey J Hanover lias severed his connection witii the R F Carman stable stableManager Manager John Hachmeister in ordor 1 always be on the scene has taken up his residence this summer at the Latonia clubhouse and his assistants Frank Bruin and II I Urievogel are living with him there thereW W G Yankc changed his mind nhout slapping his string of horses to Canada from Douglas Park as he contemplated doing and transferred all of Ills horrcs to Latonia to remain during the present meeting When Lutonia racing is over he may go to Saratoga with most of his horses horsesRacing Racing Is doing pretty well thank you Under handicaps that at times have seemed insurmountable a good start is being made toward the rehabilitation of the sport The crowds which turned out for tin meeting of the Piping Rock Racing Association were striking tributes to the thoroughbred and what lit means to this country and also to those who have worked so hard to build up the amateur side of racing from a pure love of real sportsmanship The Piping Rock Club in cooperation with tho United Hunts Racing Association the Rockaway Hunting Club and the Meadow Brook Steeplechase Association has done much to create and foster a sentiment for the sport and the cu4 Is not yet rKcw XorH Tribune

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