Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1913-06-17


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NOTES OF THE TURF Bradleys Choice has been gelded Great Britain will go to Canada to race nt Fort Krie and Windsor Herbert L Pratt of the Standard Oil Co has purchased Star Gaze from Joseph K Davis DavisAbout About 205000 was wagered at Latonia Saturday which represents a new record for that track trackThe The horsemen who race at Vancouver are to be permuted to name a representative to serve In the judges stand standJ J J llyluiifl is doing remarkably well in Ger ¬ many Tho horses he is training have won over 50000 already this season seasonNothing Nothing has come of the negotiations for tho purchase of Old Rosebud for which a price of 30 000 was recently quoted to an eastern inquirer inquirerHawthorn Hawthorn which arrived at Hamilton last week is reported as having shown a sensational mile in preparation for the running of the Hamilton Derby DerbyJockey Jockey Teahan received a 540 fee for winning the Latonia Derby on Gowell and has been engaged to rJdc that lilly in the Canadian Derby at Fort Krie KrieThe The London SiKirtsman says that Gladlateur thj only French winner was probably the best horsu that ever won the Derby with tho exception only of Ormonde OrmondeThe The race books Issued In connection with the re ¬ cent Timarii N meeting contained a notice to the effect that bookmakers turf financial agents and turf woolbrokers would not be admitted at the gates K F Cooney owner of Punch Bowl which is regarded as the best twoyearold in training in tho east is quoted as hoping that Old Itosebud will go east so that his colt will have a chance to try con ¬ clusions witli the western champion championThe The bay horse Wild Irishman foaled 1002 by Bowling Brook or Filifjrane Correction died recently at the farm of Charles Bros Kucinal Tex Wild Irishman was sold at the A II D H Morris sale of yearlings in 1003 to J K Madden for 5000 5000The The German newspapers point out that there can be little basis for the suspicion that Germany is suffering from a lack of ready money In the presence of the fact that the government betting machines at the Grunewald course near Berlin recorded the j takings as roundly 200000 on Whit Monday Tliu gate receipts for the day totaled 27000 Both figures are record breakers in Germany GermanyThe The death of M J Mahouey is retried at To ¬ ronto He was long interested in racing both as mi owner and on the speculative side In George W Jenkins ho owned what was undoubtedly the best crosscountry horse of his time Sallnst and Ohuet were other good jumpers which carried his colors the former winning the Woodbine the Street Rail ¬ way Steeplechase and other valuable stakes Among the Hat hordes ho owned was Nameoki which won for him the Seagram Cup of 1101 For the big mare Jal Ala now in the stud at the Giddlngs farm Mr Mahoney refused 5000 and ho had great hopes that sho would produce u Kings Plate winner

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