Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1913-08-12


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NOTES OF THE TURF Jockey McDowell has been indefinitely suspended at Vancouver for unsatisfactory riding ridingReports Reports from Saratoga indicate that the gate re ¬ ceipts are exceeding the expectations of the man ¬ agement agementTlie Tlie sevenyearold bay mare Rubia Granda by Greenan The Great Ruby has been turned out nt Kingston Farm near Lexington Ky She will prob ¬ ably not be put back In training but will be bred next spring springHeavy Heavy betting is not one of Tasmanias weakness ¬ es and for the whole of the current season it is improbable more than 1125000 will be put through the totalizator Even that amount would consti ¬ tute a record for the state stateThe The new Cape Colony Betting Act which has been passed by the Union Government and will take effect at the end of this year legalize parimutuel betting but makes bookmaking punishable by heavy tines and imprisonment The government will get a percentage of the totalizator receipts receiptsThe The death of J W Turner is reported at Paris Ky He won the Latonia Derby of 1892 with Newton Other notable horses that carried his col ¬ ors in the racing Of many years ago Included Yale H and Irish Dan J T Ireland presiding juilgo of the Montana meetings now in progress Is a nephew of the deceased deceasedNominations Nominations to the Kentucky Endurance Stakes four miles include among others John Whalens Buskin Mrs L A Livingstons Kingly and Pan dorlna Jesse Williamsons Absconder II H Em mons Rudolfo J N Camdens Helios J W John ¬ sons Flora Flna and Milton B George J Longs Free Lance J T Weavers Gowell and T P Hayes Donerail DonerailIn In accordance with the powers recently conferred by the GovernorinCouncll tile Victoria Australia Amateur Turf Clubs committee decided to increase the fees of bookmakers fielding at Caulficld from 150 to 250 per annum for the paddock and from 50 to 75 per annum for the flat The new charges will take effect from the commencement of the clubs financial year on September 1 next nextLady Lady Panchita Mandadero Cantem Fleeting Fash Ion Lieut Sawyer Ossian Ramsy Province Ameri cus Island Queen Elsewhere Montauk Don Cu Bon Lehigh Tallow Dip Alto Loma Maid Hiinnis State Wineberry Sweet Dale Pride of Lismore VaVa Lew Mack Amando King Radford John Patterson Flying Crex Transparent and Annual Interest have been shipped from Montana to Vancouver VancouverJohn John S Toncy Wallace well known racing of ¬ ficial and brother of William M Wallace owner and trainer has joined the ranks of the benedicts He was married last week at Lexington Ky to Miss Margaret Murphy a popular modiste of that city The couple left for Saratoga to spend their honeymoon until August 1C when Mr Wallace will come to Chicago to take up bis duties as secretary at the Porter Ind track for the fifteendays meeting that is to open August 21 21The The Maryland State Fair Association which con ¬ ducts racing at Laurel Md having offered to pay one percent of Its purse distributions to the Jockey Club so as to bring its complaint within the jiirisdietional requirements stated In Judgo Wards decision of June 25 Is reported to have renewed its application for a preliminary Injunction restraining the Jockey Club and the National Steeplechase and Hunt Association from continuing supervision over racing outside the state of New York YorkJ J S Wallace racing secretary of the Mineral Springs Jockey Club has issued the program book for the first four days of the Porter meeting sched ¬ uled to begin August 21 It provides for a dally dis ¬ tribution of 1800 for six races with handicaps of 400 and 500 A considerable number of horses are quarterd at the Indiana track awaiting the opening but not enough with which to conduct thJ fifteendays meeting and shipments are expected Lfrom various points in the near future futurePinhooker Pinhooker a sevenyearold gelding by Fabulous Nellie K has been nominated by Steinelo Hof gesang of Louisville for the Kentucky Endurance Stakes This gelding has been drawing a delivery wagon In Louisville since he went wrong In training after having raced four times unplaced ns a three yearold in 1909 He ran away recently and showed so much speed that his owners were Influenced to give him a workout at Churchill Downs He went two miles in 42S wearing heavy working shoes and carrying a 100pound rider His nomina ¬ tion for the fourmile race followed

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