Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1915-07-11


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF. T. 1,. Fierce is al Lexlagtoa lo break several yearling lielonging lo T. P. Haves, Albert Vogler and oihi Superintendent James B. Boss i- rn-liing lo com-pbtioii work on improvements at the Kentucky Assoclal iui tr.n k. William Wallace has received a telegram at Lex illgtoii from W. .1. Young annoiineiiig the -ale hi rival al Saratoga of ..i ears of hor-e- from Garnet! Ferguson, in a letter from Saa Francisco to a friend ii Lexington, my* racing I* certain to ho I-viveil iii California this year and people arc-eager for if. Joseph Mamas* has been rackag horses since 1S8S. He developed, among other riders, Marty Bergen, who vv ■•■ the foremost Jocke] of his time. "1 think Vigilant was the best horse Ive ever owned." aid Mr. Mirr.iie a day or tv.. ami. Gilford Cochran now has forty-two yearling . whieh are more than any American stable has bad for iii my a year. II" ha iu-t received a shipment of three fr Kentucky. Inelodlna a bay colt hy Diseruise Ireily Maiden and therefore a brother to Cornel] . Silas Veiteh. at one time one of the leading • deepi •chase Jockeys of the n try, declare* the jiiiii| ers of the present day are not th pial of the limber topper* of Hi" pal general ion. In his ••pinion, tin- ln-st chaser of modern tiaaes was Gisjd and Plenty. The !«■-! jumper he ever rode. sa.vs he. wa- Laud of t lover. •I. C. Milam has s.-nl his old campaigner Merrick from his farm to the Keiituekv A— course to g into training for the racing of next fall. Milam has in his string Embroidery, Andrew M.. Olga Star. Captain Bi-es. Corall.. .1. .1. Mur-doek. sparagus Sam. Moon It.. Iron Master. Turoo. Masterful ami a yearling haj filly by Maria Santa Euphrasia ami a yearling chestnut coll by Peep oHay l.ueille B. 1,. Mickey Miles ha- rereived a letter from W. Shaw firm Germany in which the latter declare* he will probably return to this eoiinlrv this i itb. Shaw say- raring is being conducted tin r r* a week. S la. being the day set aside for the sport. Shaw was bold up at Hover for si day- on hi- w iv to Berlin and did not arrive at hi de-linaii n until last month. lie savs riders licenses are -are as the authorities refuse to grant them to anv lackeys who had not ls-eti oil the ground before Hie war I .started.

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