Current Notes of The Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1915-09-01


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF. : A. ;. Weston will ship his borers direct from Saratoga to Havre do Grace. James MUton has left Saratoga for Montreal, when- he will seerve as starter at DorvaL Thomas Piatt and John D. i an- of Lexington wore at Nov York for Hi- vailing sabs at Sheepshead Baj Tuesday. W. P. An-tiii baa bought Dake of Dunbar, which won hi- maiden race la-; week in the colors of L. .1. i r... en . P. Ambrose Clark, who has been ill nearly all tin- racing season "f typhoid fever, paid hi- Irst vi-it in Saratoga Saturday to see Knight of Mini run fir the Beverwyck Steeplechase. Former Senator Camden baa sold two oat of his ■table .it Saratoga to W. T Anderson. They are the two-year-old gelding Ojala. by star Shoot, and tbe three-year-old coll Harry, by Peter Quince. Weldships victory in the Beverwyck Steeplechase Saturday mad- the fourth time this steeplechase baa been arm by borses trained by Gwyn Tompkins. The others were Amur. Lavator aad Jimmie Lane Berlin newspapers are elated over the success of the race meeting ai Hoppegarten mi Sunday. August 21. Hoppegarten |g the German Newmarket and Kit- meeting was one of tip- t-asionaUy sanctioned by the government on behalf of the breeding Interests, li i- stated tin- attendance rivaled thai of |ieace limes. The receipts amounted i" 17.200. I ho totalizator, the government betting ma chine, bandied 32.250 bets, which approaches the record number bandied in times "I peace. Tin- fractl nal time of the latest work-oat of II i. whiini - Thunderer for the Futurity wat j::.. 3514. W1£. 1:01. 1:11. 1:28%. for seven furlongs. I iii- took place at Saratoga Saturday morn in- before the shipment of the -table t. Belmont Park. Another work-out that attracted attention was a mile bj a black --■it named Done De Boco. owned by August Belmont, thai bai not been raced in tiii-- ii try. He i- by Bock Sand Donna de Oro Hid tm nod a mile in 1:45 In preparation for engagements al Belmi m Pari,. Quite one of the most successful br lor- of the :ii day i- Lady Conyngham, « h • In two sne- -noe--ie Veils Jplll and 1*»1I »:l- 1. -.,.11-blc for the breeding ol Ihe best youngsters ol the season in Seaforth and Lomond. Indeed, the BtOCk she breeds and n »• shows saore intelligent Interest in this direction than her ladyship win in various parts of the world, and I see thai recently another ■ ; inr breeding. Che rise tte. i slx-year-oM hair : ,-tei i • . . to thai line t lye* li -I, Marine, wen the July Handicap at Johannesburg. — Audu. in Bacaa and Hound.

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