Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1915-07-24


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TUBT. C. Johnson claimed Dundreary o»l nf the last race at w mdsor Wedaea laj rot gl.lSw. At Maisonnenve lark. Thursday afternoon. Jockey Davenport was Indefinitelj suspended for rough riding in the third race of the day, The Irish oaf l, a ,000 race, was won Wednes d.iv bj Latharna, bj Kosmos Westminater Lnsa. Egret ta was second and Courtly Lass third John E. Madden baa shipped halt of his big string p, Saratoga. All the two-year-olds that Mr. Madden has not raced will be read] to start in racing at II. e Splines. ai Beno last Monday, some dividends wen paid in the mutuels. The leader was Tom Chap nan at SI7T-PI. while Man lad. ro paid .• •..:.- and tanapa t turn, d her back* rs 841. The Glen Kiddle Stable of horses, twelve in number, which have been training at Seaman! Park. bave been shipped to the farm al Bryn Mawr. near Philadelphia In charge ot the former steeplechaan rider. Ben Pope. Ildiko, which a a ii Belmont Park last Saturday and ran second b vValte Hackle an Tuesday, has been mdd bj J. U. Uxnard to his brother. II. T. Oxnard. and turned over in trainer A. J. Goldn-borough. who baa his string al the Aajnednct track. I I i- Foxhall P. Keeiie siring baa been shipped to Saratoga Springs. Among the lot were Lome. Indian Chant and the pride of the stable. Pass in B ots. The latter -.a ...■d in h"i- vearling and sprmg WO I. tiiat she was a Illy with high speed. She will be read] lo race about the middle of August. Trainer Mait Smart, who intended to take his siring ot twelve horses to Saratoga, has changed his mind and will siii|,. alter the meeting at Heine nt Park, i i his winter quarters at the Beaming track, aear Washington. Alter a short let-na he will get ready for the fall meeting lit Havre de •,raia. where he thinks he will have a good narna in Dr. Dueaaer. Marshsav recently purchased by R. ». White, has been shipped from long Island to Saratoga In a motor van together with a t wo year old. This Is a.- ot de longest trips attempted with noraea in t,.is form of conveyance and may pressage a vvhoio- lipping by automobile in the future. Turfmen are speculating on how weU the White bars* a will stand the journey.

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