Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1914-06-17


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NOTES OF THE TURF. P. T. Wilsons Amalti has been schooled for Jumping. Isaac Eamshaw, a noted Australian trainer, is dead, aged fifty-three, in bis day he saddled the winners of many Important races in that faraway land. Thomas Fortune Byana s«ake and cap ins virtually recovered from the effects of a mishap in Ken tncky and her trainer expects In i to race well in the near future. opening day at Overland Park, Denver, waa sue ful beyond the anticipations "! tie- managi of tin- Denvei Can .ml Racing Association. Che ■ attendance was estimated al 10300. Ooveinoi McCrearj of Kentucky yesterdaj signed tie comml -ion Df Johnson V Camd n •! Versailles as United Si.ct- Senator to till tin- vacancj caused by the i *enl death of Senator W. O. Bradley. Mr. Camden will serve until November, when tin- voters • •i the state will select hi- successor. Tin- five-reai old American-bred mar,- Han , Belle, bj PI anodes— Saratoga Belle, won the Ade lai.le Cup in Australia last monih. She was Imported into Australia from this country by L. : Boberteoa and .in., day but year she distinguished net it b.t winning two races in the same afternoon. • Her sire. Planudes, by St. Suaou Loneiy, was also taken ti Australia from America by Mr. Robertson, mid i- located ai tin Allendale Stuck Farm, Men tone, Victoria. A good performer himself. Planndes - i] .I many useful horses Ip America, anil Hamburg - Belles win gives him a good advertisement to: the coming season In Australia. kaanug the pet aversions ai the late I. Eamshaw was tin- early racing "t two-year-aids. !!■■ bad i a decided objection t" training youngsters for the i spring, ami frequently voiced himself to tin effect t that it would ultimately benefil our bloodstock il t there was bo racing for horses .•: less thaa three e rears. different times some of hi-- patrons would ; have likul to hie seea their rearihkg |»Ui . preps n d for the earlj i ■■ Id r n - u tl i utile-- he linl particular; go .1 I-.i- foi I lie Tint thej .Hi. oi the "fin irly • ■ ■!■ r, Ba I i bai generally dis nntenameed thai idea. He did prepare e -.„!,,■ winhei 61 tin- earl., races, but a- a rule the ■ ■ autumn wa» thi time when two-year-olds from his - stable i e pro iluently into nofice. — Bydaey Referee ;-

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