Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1914-03-04


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NOTES OF THE TURF. W. C. Clancy is to sell his stable at auction at Juarez next Saturday. The returns for 1012 in the lwenty-seeond volume of the English Stud Book accounts for 5,597 mares. The totalizator turnover for the three days of the Wellington, New Zealand, races recently was 31,; as against .?50,fiS5 last year. II. H. Hewitts Coy Maid will be mated this year with tncle. Run of Luck, Inspiration, Avislon, Lucky Wave and Angerina will be mated with Coy-Lad. . t .V B. Hancocks Ellerslie Stud in Virginia! llia Russell, by Eon Tillie Russell, has foaled it chestnut colt bv Hcno. and Eostre. by Charaxus Folee, has foaled a bay lilly by Glorllier. The business men of Saratoga are" aiming to raise sri.000 as their contribution to the Merchants and Citizens Handicap this year. Last season they eontrlhttted ,000 for this race. There is much Joy at Saratoga over the prospects for a general revival of racing in New York state. About the middle of March Harney Schreiber is to sell sevciitv-five head of stallions, mares, three-vear-ohls, two-vear-olds and yearlings, at the Se-ilnlia State Fair Grounds, Sedalia. Mo. In fact, everything left on Mr. Scbrelbers farm in Missouri i r . Mill be sold at auction, including work horses and implements, iu preparation for his retuovel to Kentucky. One of the most ancient jumpers uow racing in England is Achaicus, fifteen years old. He was sent out an 11 to 10 favorite in a field pf nine for the Guildhall Selling Steeplechase at Folkestone a few weeks ago, hut though he ran well under his 1K! pounds, he Mas beaten for second plnce. Achai: cus Is a gelding, which, in a great measure, ac counts for his turf career having extended over such" a number of years. In Australia I suppose the sixteen-year-old Hautapu M-as about the most ancient steeplechaser seen out this season. It will be remembered he ran at Randwick in October, and though he did not finish on Metropolitan day, it might he unwise to say he had reached the length of his tether in respect of winning races. Pilot, in Sydney Referee. ". Mrs. Kate Goose, mother of jockeys Roscoe. Carl and William Goose, died at her home in Louisville yesterday as the result of having been severely burned bv the explosion of a gasolene stove some weeks ago. Her sons had been summoned from Charleston when her condition took a turn for the I worse earlier iu theweek. ,

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