Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1913-06-22


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NOTES OF THE TURF Jockey E Martin will go to Canada at the close of the Latonia meeting slnd afterward to Saratoga SaratogaJockey Jockey Joe Byrne just back from France has obtained a riding license from the Jockey Club at New York YorkJ J Keenc and F I Weir have each saddled the winners of thirteen twoyear old races in Kentucky this season seasonF F A Forsythe bred tho speedy filly Theresa Gill and sold her to C T Worthingtoii her present owner as a yearling for 450 450C C Bower Ismay the owner of Craganour which finished first in the Epsom Derby but was dis ¬ qualified has withdrawn the suit by which he sought to enjoin the English Jockey Club and the owners of the three placed horses from paying over or receiving the stakes stakesP P T Chinii has shipped his racing string fro n Kentucky to Btitle Mont and will himself leave for the west shortly He probably will keep his string in the far west during the rest of the season and at the conclusion of the summer and fall racing in that section will scud his horses to Juurez for a winter campaign campaignThe The six mares that William K Vanderblit pur ¬ chased from the late James R Keene last Fall have foaled in France with four colts and two fillies as a result The names that have been chosen for them by Mr Vanderbilt are Courtonay colt by Peter Pan Court Dress1 Melgs colt by Peter Pan Meggs HlIString colt by Ben Brush Mos quito Repealer coll by Delhi Early and Often Maskciyiio filly by Sweep Maskettc Popinjay filly by Delhi Pope Joan JoanAn An investigation Is being conducted by District Attorney Wysoug before County Judge Niemann at Mlueola L I into tlie charges that the New York law is being violated at Belmont Park Several private detectives employed by the New York newspaper that made the charges testified that they had made wagers in a clandestine man ¬ ner at the track The names of Wallie Fes ¬ senden and Max Meyers were brought into the case as having accepted several of the wagers made It was agreed that there was no solicitation of wagers and no open display of odds oddsIt It is worthy of note that the stallion with most prize money credited him throughout the world in 1012 was one whose progeny raced In the Argentine a totalizator country This was Old Man by Orbit whose representatives between them won 237505 The next highest in the world was Si monian by St Simon with 105400 He does duty in France another country where betting is confined to the machine Facts like these tend to refule the suggestion that the installation of the machine in Victoria and New South Wales would ruin the thoroughbred industry in those states The revenue derived from tlie machine could not other ¬ wise than assist to increase prize money and conse ¬ quently add to the value of young stock Syndey Referee RefereeWe We hope that one of these days the President of the United Stales members of llie Cabinet and both Houses of Congress the governors of our states and the mayors of our cities will come to recognize the importance of maintaining the high character of rac ¬ ing and thereby promote the breeding of horses and lend their presence to important events such as the opening of Belmunt Park This is the case in all the other important nations as for example at Epsom on Wednesday anil Friday the King and Queen were booked to be present with the addition of the following members of the royal family The Duke of Counaught the Crown Prince and Princess of Sweden Prince Arthur and Princess Patricia of Conmiiight Prince and Princess Christian and their daughters Prince and Princess Alexander of Tock and the Ileriditary Grand Duke of Mecklenburg Stielitz Rider Driver

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