Notes of the Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1914-04-10


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; 1 ■ 1 i NOTES OF THE TURF. Evran broke down al Juarez in the matinee raeing of Sunday la- t . Jeefcej Clarence Turner has become a father, his wife having just given birth to a daughter at her home in North Vernon. 1ml. Oafclej p .-u 1 1 - sold at auction at Montreal, lias sgaia changed hands and is now the property of John MacKassey, who will race him over the half milt- Hacks in Canada. When K. B. Bradlcv bought Fastotella dam of Colin i for ,000 at Hie James B. Keene disposal last fall she did not appear to be in foal, but she baled a handsome colt by Voter at Idle Hour Farm Tuesday. Few horses remain at Juarez, most all having cone to Tulsa, Canada and Denver. Members of General Carraroaa staff are negotiating lor the purchase of several still l-f: there and are planning to use them for saddle purpose- Jockev Barry Breach, who was so seriously iu-ared at Norfolk Tuesday, is a Latoala boy. His mother la a widow and he has l een contributing to her siippoii. The boy is under contract to W. A. Kirwan. bin was riding at Norfolk under J. A. Strops management In the excitement of Tuesdays raid on tbe betting riag at Jamestown one of the detectives was knocked down by bee of bis own men with the butt end of a tvoiver. James V. Trehy. clerk of the Norfolk City courts, who was a spectator at the track, objected to the methods employed by the detectives and was struck in the face with a gun. The goa a - taken from the detective by the crowd, wh" wanted to handle him roughly. Mr. Trehy appealed to his friends not to resort to violence and the man was not hurt. i.eoru- Wiugtteld. who is e-tablishiug a thorough bred breedtag faint at Ream, Nev.. recently par-1 chased the -Pillion Starbottte from it. 1". Carman. This geod s,.n of Hastings and Sunlish was bred by August Belaaont nt his Nursery Stud, auti is a mag uifieeat individual. Another recent purchase of Mr. Wingh.-li!"- was the mare relesta. Mr. Wlngrield proposes to race her for another season, and then nave lei- i"iu ti ther niatrou at his Reao estab lishmenl. lb- also proposes to build a race track. and altogether he has gone into breeding and racing with an enthusiasm that bid; fair to produce re» suits. - George W. Gall is busily engaged in framing the program lot the spring meeting of the Meadow i.rook Steeplechase Association which Ibis year will be run over Harry Payee Whitney- Wheatlcy Iliils e-iatc. IVi the pa-l few BeSSOas, Cue Meadow Brook Association has made use of the Belmont Cark Terminal course and its meetings have been singularly successful. The association has been making money with its gate, but this spring all that is taerlffced for a real sporting meeting. Nit turally. there will be no uate at Wheath-y Hills, and Mr. Whitney has extended s wide Invitation to all his farmer neighbors and all levers of the thoroughbred borse and his deeds t be his guests Ma • . Then the program Itself will go back to the strictly amateur idea. Most of the races will aol pi rait the riding of profession] jockeys.

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