Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1914-11-06


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NOTES OF THE TURF. Fari-mutuels will bo used at the Western Canada fairs next season. The four-vear-old chestnut colt, M. .T. Cooney. by Cunard Ladv Alheling. was destroyed at Vancouver. B. C. recently, following an accident in which he was injured. James W. Wadsworth, Sr., was one of the heaviest winners on the New York election. He let 5,000 at odds of 3 to 1 that his son would be elected United States senator and consequently profited to the extent of 5,000. Recent arrivals at Juarez include J. II. Munsou. with Sugar Lump and Queen Maeve; C. Henry, with Concha; N. P.. Jortall, with Pro Realis: L. Dealev, with Ilannis and General Winn: K. Iarns- worth, with Hoisington and one other: W. Rinnney, with Alice Teresa; P. F. Gloss, with Lady Innocence: T. Hatfield, with High Street. Cloud Chief. Jake Argent. Native Son. and II Terror: A. G. Dun-hip, with Stolen Ante, Airline, and Ambri: N. K. Mood v. with Mercurliun and Azuria: C. Lewis, witi Hardy; AV. Elliott, with Faneull Hall, and A. Le-Dukel with Mike Donliu.

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