Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1913-07-29


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NOTES OF TH TURF Xotlce of the departure of the Cavanaugh special for Saratoga has been posted at Relmont Park The train will leave the Grand Central station in Xew York for the Spa next Friday afternoon at 2 oclock oclockStarter Starter James Milton suspended jockey Joe Byrne at Belmont Park Saturday Tills would not l e re ¬ markable but for the fact that Byrne is the first jockey to be set down by Milton In 181 days f starting Quite a record and it speaks badly for Byrne ByrneCarrying Carrying 130 pounds S JOels excellent horse Long Set won the Liverpool Summer Cup at the Liverpool July meeting last Saturday The dis ¬ tance was a mile and threeeighths Bachelors Hope finished second aud the Irish horse Kiiuck Xa Corriga finished third thirdM M A Younkman secretary of the Tulsa County Fair Association has announced that there will bo a farewell race meeting in Tulsa before the Okla ¬ homa antirace betting bill Incomes a law hut that the date will he contingent upon the time the pro ¬ posed fall meeting at Denver ends endsAAillie AAillie Simms one of the best colored riders of several years ago was a recent visitor at Belmont Park Simms bought his parents a tine hom at Asliury Park when he was in the heyday of ids career on the turf He was riderinchief for M F Dwyer and Richard Croker when they made tho trip to Kngland with Dobbins Prince George Kvu de Gallee and Harry Reed ReedAt At Maisons Lafiltte in France Sunday the big event of the day the Prix Eugene Adam value 1G000 with 800 to the breeder of the winner was captured by II B Duryeas Blarney ridden by the American jockey M McGee which won by four lengths Guy Gamer and Milton Henry American jockeys were also successful with Achielle Foulds Houri and A Kraffts La MI Careme CaremeGeorge George AV Gall has been appointed racing secre ¬ tary for the running meeting which will lie held in connection with the Greater Xew York Fair at Empire City track August 15 to 20 inclusive The meeting will be under the rules of the Jockey Club and the purses will average 2000 a day Besides giving its approval to the meeting the Jockey Club dias donated a prize for thoroughbred stallions at the show to be held at the Empire City track trackDr Dr J S Tyree of AAashlngtou D C has recently purchased eighteen yearlings selected from the best American studs which will be developed during the fall and raced as twoyearolds next season These youngsters will not be broken until late in the fall after the Tyree horses In training have been retired for the season This string is trained by John Mc Cafferty The price paid for the yearlings was close to 45000 McCafferty has permission to weed them out as he sees fit and to replace those sold by any others which take his fancy

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