Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1914-02-26


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NOTES OF THE TURF. Smith it Farrar have bought Weyauuke from D. S. Fountain. Borrow, which raced so well iu Fuglaud is le-pnted to be doing well iu training at II. P. Whitneys Brookdale farm 1u New Jersey. Wade McLemore has taken out apprenticeship papers on a boy named Henry Green, who has shown promising ability as an exercising lad. Mars Cassidy has been appointed starter for nil the, eastern meetings this season, with the exception of Havre de Grace, where James Milton will start, and Pinilico, where A. B. Dade will wield the flag. The Treasury Department has issued a ruling authorizing a reasonable reduction from gross incomes in computing the income tax, on account of the depreciation, by Teason of age, in the value of stallions and broodmares. The question was raised by John K. Madden. It has become known that the Dixiana stock farm of Maj. T. J. Carson, at Lexington, which was sold recently, was bought for Jonas and Simon Weil, cattle buyers. Maj. Carson has leased the residence and grass lands of the farm and will continue to keep liis stud of thoroughbred horses there. The complete summary of the I. T. Chinn dispersal sale at Juarez recently is as follows: Gipsy Love, J. W. Frye. -,S50; Star Berta. D. J. Mc-Namara .25; Ooma, M. Preston, 1914.sh75; Itose of Jeddah, J. Randolph. 150: General Warren, A. C. Porretto, 50; Baltimore, F. W. Doss, 1914.sh00; Journey, Harry Mack, 00; Cash Girl, A. O. Porretto, 590: Crusty. A. C. Porretto, 5; O. II. Norvcll, A. C. Porretto, 15.

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