Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1915-08-21


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF. Steve I/Hoiiimciliou is among the regulars at Saratoga. The stable of R. B. Stelle has been shipped from Saratoga b. Ottawa. Borrow worked a good mile and an eighth after returning to Saratoga from Canada. The stables of A. Worley. A. A. Gregg. C. N. friMinan and X. K. Moody have been shipped to Connaught Park at Ottawa from Montreal. Star fiaze. winner of the Saratoga Cup last year, worked a mile and an eighth in 1 :57 after the last race at Saratoga Wednesday, the same being part of his preparation for this years renewal of the cup. Plain, winner of thf Grab Bag Handicap at Saratoga Wednesday is a brother of I.eochares. Both are unsexed s ons of Broomstick and L.-avonara and were bred by Harry Pavne Whitney at the Brook-dale Stud in Monmouth County. X. J. It is firmer Senator J. X. Camdens present intention to leave his eight home-bred yearlings at Saratoga while the active division of his stable goes to Xew York to race at the Belmont Park ,»,utuiun Meeting before going back to Kentucky for the opening of the autumn raring ■eoaaa at Louisville. Own Tompkins goad juniper Wel.lship worked at Saratoga Wednesday iu 1 a wile and a uuarter 1 2:10 in preparation for the Saratoga Steeplechase. Mr. Tompkins has bought the Mesmerist mare Her-liianna from Mrs. P. P. Cowans. Hermauna is destined for steeplechasing. Oscar Lewisohn. a noted American, who has made his home in England for some vears. is reported to have shipped eight thoroughbreds to this country to race, including Boots and I.adv E lwina. Boots, a four year .. Id by Hessian—Little Flower, is a good stayer and should do well in the middle-weight handicap division here. It is settled that John W. Schorrs great Luke Mcl.uke, will not race again this year, and it is extremely doubtful if he ever will he put in training again. Mr. Schorr has him hi his stalls at Saratoga, but he is doing practically uothing more than taking sufficient alow exercise to keep him iu good health. He is not high in flesh just now, as he is living on limited rations, but he is a grand-looking horse and weighs not less than L868 pounds. Martin Xathanson. secretary of the Maisonneuve Driving Club, has arrived at Montreal from his home in Chicago. He announced that the rules of the Canadian Racing Associations will be strictly adhered to during the coming meeting at Maisonneuve and that none but those iu good standing will be permitted t.. participate in the racing. Several carloads of horses are due at Mais.mueiive from Toronto, including the big stable g£ 1. Hill, who has eighteen horses.

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