Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1915-07-25


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF. Steeplechase lockey r. Williams has gone i,, nam lltoa to ride the Garth Jumpers. Join Ahraaaa has arrived ai the Keatacfcy Ktmo elation conrse at Lexington with Quartermaster, Sidney Hellatan and Charles B. L. Bluine. win, got In trouble in Canada btst lea -,,ii. bat was lati ly reinstated, has bought Oro-1 1 1 ml back from trainer 1!. 1. Miiler. John E. Madden had 100 yearling* at the opening of the season, the product of his Hamburg Place Stud. .Ml but 1 wenty-sevi n of them have been sold. Jockey Jack smiiier. who left America ■ pear ago lo ride in Italy, and who was second on the list of a inning lockeya op t., the time thai country vent to war. has returned to New York and will ride as | tree lance. Thirteen of ll. G. Beduclls Maj string sf racers are at Maisonneuve, Que., iu charge Of trainer William Scott. Included in this division of the Bedwell establishment are the following horses: Royal Blue. The Lark. Indifferent, Unity, Runway. La Dolores. Master Jim. .Master Joe. Hearthstone. Early Light and Dustpan. Dillard Hill lias a Stable of seventeen at the same track. The name of Prince Poniatowski has been mentioned frequently as the future king of Poland iu case the allies would will. Tnis selection would be i". pillar iii Prance, bat some foes are already making strong objections, as his wife is an American, she was formerly Miss Helen Sparry of Stockton. Gal. Prince Poniatowski was ■ prominent figure in California racing a decade or so ago. Three thousand patrons of racing witnessed the running ,,f the inaugural card of the Maisonneuve Driving Club at Montreal Wednesday. The rulings frooi other courses were recognised, and the riders who had been ruled off al other Montreal half mile tracks were not allowed to accept mounts. Cecil Knight announced thai he hail ridden bis last rao and will now ,1,-vide his time to training buses for owner T. Saeeban. Following the widespread complaint of prominent horsemen throughout Herman] that il was a lino n rial Impossibilitj to conduct borse racing without betting:, the authorities governing the Grand Prix, the second biggest race »l the season, which will be i un tSdaj il Hamburg, niiuoiiiii ed that Hie part mutuel system of betting wohhj in- allowed. This eaaoa betting !,as been prohibited for the find time in the history of racing iu Germany, us account of the war.

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