Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1915-04-17


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NOTES OF THE TURF Kleven carloads of horses have arrived at Over ¬ land Park Denver from Juarez JuarezThe The arrival of the Juarez contingent has swelled the turf colony at Louisville considerably considerablyIn In Russia mares are not allowed to run iu race after six years of age and the best of them are alwavs chosen to be mated with the Government stallions stallionsThe The fiveyearold stallion Sanquhar bought iu ICiigland by Sir George Clifford tor S2i5tl has arrived in Now Xoaland He is by Santry sou of Gallimile from Valvie by Velasquez from Gas by Ayrshire and at two and three years showed excellent form Sanquhar wiU do duty at Uio Stonylmrst stud where St Simon blood prevails Like some Austrian breeders Sir George Clifford has possibly arrived at the conclusion that it is now advisable to breed away from that strain t some extent aud that may have influenced hint in his purchase of Sanquhar SanquharIn In commenting on the fact that big lotalisator dividends are not so frequent in Johannesburg and Durban as some years ago The Latest says tiie record for South Africa was when Molrose w ii at Tiirffouteiu in 15 7 and paid 4 l for 1 At the same track twlevc years later Turbot paid iSl for 1 The next best was when Rejected won at Beiioni and returned t7S for 1 to the lucky invest ¬ ors on that mare At Durban the record is S13 for 1 the amount paid over Mr Groeiiills Coin luission in 104 104The The suggestion of the name Sadducee for tlie colt by Heresy Solid Comfort has been accepted by his owners and he will be so registered The first IIM of the term heresy In the New Testament i t denote a certain sect or school of thought among the Jews known as Sudducecs As Ibis cult is Hie tirst Heresy the name lias a significance that M uot farfetched Francis Nelson in Toronto Globe GlobeAmong Among the casualties rtjiorled in recent Knglish papers appear the names of two noted stceplciliase riders II W TynvhittBrake was an amateur who joined the IDtli Hussars with several other promi ¬ nent jockeys soon after the declaration of war For several seasons he rode with great success His best year was 11111 when be rode il winners Hi won the Grand Seften Steeplechase on Carsey and seconred the International Steeplechase worth 5 OOJ at Clifton Park on Main Royal Arthur Smith killed in action with the Northamptonshire Yeo ¬ manry rode his lirst winner over fences when he was fourteen and for years held his own with the best of the amateurs Two years ago he took out a license as a professional lie was one of tlie first of tlie jockeys to enlist when the war broke out but how he managed to pass the doctor is a mystery for lie was shortsighted yet nothing would induce him to wear glasses

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