Current Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1915-05-07


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF E J McGraw claimed Joe Finn for 875 when he was beaten iu a race at Pimlico Tuesday TuesdayThe The report comes from New York that II D Brown may sell his interest in Oriental Park ParkPimlico Pimlico closes May 18 giving ample time for the horses that have raced In Maryland to reach Wood ¬ bine for tho opening of the Canadian season on May 22 22It It is reported that the next move in the Rocka way betting cases will be an appeal to the Supreme be contended that the cash betting was not in vio ¬ lation of the law lawThe The veteran of the Canadian turf Mr Charles Boyle who saw the first running of the Plate is ut Toronto from Woodstock to seo the preparations for the fiftysixth running of the same race raceJohn John F Schorr will manage the division of his fathers stable which will continue to race in Ken ¬ tucky after the rest of the establishment goes to Canada about the middle of May The elder Mr Schorr plans to motor to Toronto from Kentucky for the Woodbine opening openingJockeys Jockeys engaged for the Toronto Kings Plate include Taplin on Peppersauce Burns Groth and Goldstein for the Seagram horses aud Obert for Hampton Dame Ted Rice with the Turuey stable E Ambrose with Little Mike Daly and Joe Kederis with the Schorr stable are other riders who will be available availableWhile While Schuyler L Parsons will be unable to at ¬ tend tile Kentucky Derby at the opening of the Churchill Downs meeting tomorrow afternoon he will be represented by his son Schuyler Jr who has gone to Louisville from New York Mr Par ¬ sons is recovering rapidly from his recent operation and will probably be out by the end of next week weekJames James Butler leads iu the number of entries with ten for the Paumpnok Handicap at Jamaica His nominations to this event are Pebbles Last Coin Kilkenny Boy High Noon Fair Count Tudor King Masks Gnat May Queen and Tinkle Bell The first sir are also named for the Excelsior Handicap which has drawn thirtyseven nominations nominationsAll All unusually large number of nominations have been made to the stakes of the Metropolitan Jockey Club to be run at the spring meeting at Jamaica no less than thirtyseven thoroughbreds having been named in any of the features Entries to the Youthful Stakes reach the top figure of fiftyfour while an even fifty have bccu named for the Suffolk Selling Stakes StakesThe The plant at Jamaica has been renovated and is about ready for racing The track will be harrowed again before the meeting gets under way but the stables aud outbuildings bavc beeu completed and are ready for occupancy Among those who have already applied for stable quarters are R F Car ¬ man James Fitzsimmqns the Quincy Stable George J Day W P Burch the Marrone Stable and James McMauus

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