Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1914-10-31


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1T01ES OF THE TURF. W. H- Baker has aimut concluded to ship part of lib stable to Juarez. He will send a majority of his thoroughbreds to Lexington to winter at the Carr farm, but probably will take Cov and Tea to the Mexican track. Jockey Itoscoo Goose will accompany the Baker horses to Juarez. -V Charivari, which has been in South America, and which lately was brought back to this country, has been plirchafcd by his old owner, leorge I. Sherman, who will put him in the stud. Charivari is bred in the purple, being by Disguise Koyal ltoxe and is a brother lo Iron Mask, and half bl ither lo Transvaal. Lancastrian. Pennant and Tudor King. Mr. .Sherman has sold his old breadwinner, Theo. Cook, to William Garth, who will use him for stud purposes.

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