Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1913-10-14


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NOTES OF THE TURF. Joseph Schreiher, who has been seriously sick at IiOuisvilie, has recovered sufficiently to get out and about again. O. H. Chenault has purchased from H. McCarren the brown mare Mabel Lyon, 0, by Fatherless Sarmaline. by Order. She will be retired to Siend-thrift Stud and mated with Men Trovato. J. M. Haggin lias made a consignment of broodmares to the thoroughbred sale to be held at Lexington dining the week of November 10, by the Kentucky Sales Co. These mares are in foal to Hessian,- George Kessler and Glorio. Martin Doyle, of Paris, Ky., has three promising yearling fillies iu the stable of Dan Morris. They are: May filly by Nasturtium Miss Thompson, by Goldcrest; chestnut lilly by Stalwart Margaret Moche, by Orimar; bay Ally by Transvaal Lillie K ruler, by Orimar. Six race horses, the property of William Walker of Toronto, en route to Latonia, Ky., were knocked down in their car, hut not seriously hurt, when a Mig Four passenger train was partially derailed at Columbus, O., last week, after colliding with a hand car. E. M. Mrattain, after having been absent from the races since lJOS, made his re-appearance under colors at the Montana State Fair meeting at Helena last month. This gelding, now fourteen years old, was a popular and consistent sprinter on Pacific coast tracks in his younger days. Amos Turneys unbeaten three-yoar-ohl, Horron, is training satisfactorily at Louisville and probably will be seen under colors at Latonia. He looks good and gives no evidence that the attack of sickness that brought about his temporary retirement in midsummer will have any lasting ill eftects. The starting of twenty-eight horses in a race at Piping Mock last Saturday recalled to some old-tlniers the occasion on which thirty-four horses participated in a race at Mrighton Moach some twenty-live years ago. A jockey lost his lift as a result of the crowding that attended the running of the race. Mrs. L. A. Livingston presented jockey C. Gross with- ,000 for winning the. Kentucky Endurance Stakes on Pundorlua. Traluer Matt Feakes has en- gaged Gross to ride Pandorina in the Mowie Stakes at limlico and tlie ,000 Latonia Cup, in case he sends her to the post in either or both of these stakes. Jockey F. Menton, who is riding at Churchill Downs, is under contract to W. 11. Fizer and will he seen in the saddle more frequently when the horses that Mr. Flzer brought east from Vancouver have recovered from the effects of slight sickness with which they were alllicted following their arrival in Kentucky from tlie Pacific coast. Sweet Marjoram, dam of Mrlnghurst, which lowered the American record for five and a half furlongs last week at Churchill Downs, is owned bv O. II. Chenault. of Spendthrift Stud. She is a brown mare, foaled 1003, by Diuna Forget, out of Rose Marjorie, by Mosebery. and has a suckling at her side by Peter Quince. Mr. Chenault bought Sweet Marjoram last fall from J. N. Camden, her breeder. At Kempton Park, England, last Friday, tlie 5,000 Imperial Produce Plate for two-year-olds at three-quarters of a mile straight, was won by Capt. F. Foresters bay colt. My George, by Laliy Queens Holiday, carrying 120 pounds: 11. Russells bay colt, Sunny Land, by Sundridge Mellavista. 119 pounds, was second, and E. Ilultons chestnut colt. Long-town, by Sundridge Ladytown, 120 pounds, was third. The Tetrarch, 120 ikjuihIs. was expected to make his last start of the year in this race and, if ho was sent to the post, met the first defeat of his career.

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