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


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NOTES OF THE TURF. It was, announced in. London yesterday that Hon. W. R. Wyudhain, a well-known English owner of Tacing thoroughbreds, has been killed In action. Ed Jasper, racing secretary at the Empire City, Laurel and Juarez tracks, has arrived at Cincinnati from the east to remain a few days before proceeding to Juarez. The reminiscences of Sam Darling, noted English trainer, express his great disappointment that he was unable to get Colin to the post after that Kreat horse was sent to England. Colin had been highly tried by Darling. Late arrivals at Juarez include the stable of 7. X. Mounce and W. M. Cain, composing Golf Ball, Port Sumter, Hard Ball, Wild Bear, Miss Lewis-ton, Lescar, VIrgiedot, Briton and Miss Tempo; S. A. Beckhams Auntie Curl. Janiel. Visible, Pros-peros Son, Prospero Lad. Prospero Maid and Minnie P., jn charge of S. A. Beckham; E. Millers Sa franor. Princess Janice and Nifty; D. S. Fountains Kulsetta; G. W. Barnes Fitzgerald; T. Fullers Sir Duke: J. Hennessys Sam Connor; J. Mi Coopers Lone Star, and W. C. Weants Auto Maid, Stelclif and one other. . Freemont Sloan, a brother of Tod and Cash Sloan, famous as jockeys in the heyday of American racing, died Monday at the Cook County hospital in Chicago from uraemic poisouing. Sloan raced a string of horses around Chicago before the ban was placed on the sport and also-acted as trainer for several well-known owners. Cash Sloan, now in New York, was notified of his brothers death. Tod Sloan is serving as driver of an ambulance wagon in the French army. He has spent most of his time iu Paris for several years. Sloants remains are at Bradleys undertaking rooms, 18T8 West Harrison street, and will be taken to Koko-ino.. Ind.. the former home of the Sloan boys, for Mirlal. The deceased was 50 years of age. A 1 . f t l . . - ; - is 5 f , ! s , s - t s S - 1

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