Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1915-12-17


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at it n lt *| d to ■ ie to :o be ,c CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF. The only vivid account from a jockey that I ever r had of a race was from the late and well-beloved 1 Tommy Corrigan, just after he had won the Grand ,j National Steeplechase on Wymlet, says an Austral-"• ian writer. "Jumping, you call it." Tom observed. when I asked him about his ride. "He never r jumped a fence from start to finish: he climbed I every one o them. Sure, he hit most of them with lj every leg he had. and a few of them with his head j as well. Look at the beauty, an the eye of him. about as big as a pigeons."

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