Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1913-11-16


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NOTES OF THE TURF. When Caper Sauce can win more money than Leo-chares, and as much as Calgarj-, It Is certainly worth while owning Canadian-bred horsiw. Toronto Glolie. At Derbj. England, last Thursday the,000 Derby Cup, at a mile and three-quarters, for three-j-ear-olds and over, was won by J. W. Larnachs four-year-old chestnut colt. Bowman, by Chaucer Sagitta, 95 pounds, with V. Thompsons four-jcar-old hay colt, Redwood, by Oppressor Beatrice Maud. 112 pounds, second, and M. M. Calmanns five-year-old chestnut gelding, Farakabad, by Flacon Faran-dole, 98 pounds, third. In starting eight horses from his stable in the Marib.vriiong Trial Stakes at Plemington on Satur-daj trainer James Scobie probably established a worlds record. In a previous j-ear In this event he ran six horses.- In the Nnrserj- Handicap at Rosehill, in 1S91, live horses were started from T. Paytens stable, viz.. Donation. Autonomj Arquebus, Warpaint and The Rector, and they finished in that order at the head of the field. There were eight other starters. The first four in the betting oii that occasion did not finish in the first five. Onlj-one of Scobies lot, Spica. showed up at the finish of Saturdays race, and she was equal to winning. The Maiibyrnoug Trial is a two-year-old race at four and a half furlongs and had twenty-eight starters. Melbourne Argus.

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