Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1915-07-22


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF. The King Edward Park meeting, .iust closed, is described aa the most successful in the history of i he coarne. I low aid. i Bteepiechnae rider, and a bad fall while exercising ■ juniper between the races at l.elmonl Park Monday. lie was carried from the 1 eld iu an amhiilauce and taken to a hospital. Martin Nathanaon, who is in serve as racing ecretary and associate judge for tbe Mataonneave Driving Clubs ir.eetiug opening yesterday, arrived at Montreal Saturday and has entered upon his new duties. Manv horse* were shipped from Long Island to , a rat ok* Monday |. await tbe opening oi tbe big iieeting there in August. I.. S. Thompson sent welltv three, the Oncck Stable. Schuyler I., lar- oua ami J. K Whlener thirteen each, ami I. Am iruae Clark eight. The opening °t the Bene meeHng bud Saturday drew an attendan f 5.0UO. Governor Boyle ,hl staff and th- State Racing Commission u.r . i,-.mi. The mayor ot Ken., declared the occasion 1 n halfhlidav and business aa* virtually suspended. ihe iiiuiuel- proved popuinr ami were well patronised. ihe egodna of aorta and hortme* from King : Edward Iark to oilier racing center* cononenced I 1 nday. Two carloads were shipped to Toronto, two to Hamilton, while ihe other*, with Ihe e ■option of a lew which will be rested, have shipped i ., the new course ■ Maisuuneuve, arhere racing opened jeeterdi 5 . tapra is a richly -bred tilly being by Ballot — 1 ip and Hell- There .- both speed ami stamina ii her -blood line* ami Mr. Batter said that he landed to keep her lor stud purposes when her racing day- are over. ]l,r sire won many big i ices in this country, while her dam w m the lip* Oaks for .lame- R. Keene.

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