Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1916-03-12


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURT. The stables of J. N. M. nine and R. P. Dickinson have arrived at Hot Springs from Juare::. file tilly Argent is to lie traneil for steepleohas ing. She was formerly in the stable of J. A. Thompson of Hamilton, Out. Ike attendance on the closing day of the New Orleans meeting was estimated at 12.000, making a new record for tke Fair Orounds. Jockey K. Cullen. the Montreal rider, is under engagement with the strong Kentacky stable of the GaUaker Bros., which will often its cssanahr* at Lexington next month. W. II. Henry has arrived at Belmoat Park with the horses of Jesse Willima- n. which he will train for the coming season. In the lot he has the gi ad steeplechasers Hay Brook and Absconder. A telegram from El Paso says: "Traffic over the international bridge between the Mexicans on both sides of the boundary, usually large, has decreased materially. Horse racing still goes on in Juarez, but the attendance from the El Paso side is less than half the normal. Another foal has arrived at the farm of D. Raymond at Dorval. Que. It is by Malaniont, out of Sans Coeur. Malaniont is a son of the famous Flying Fox and one of two of the get of Flying Fox in America. Sans Coeur has already produced a Quebec Kings Plate winner in Irish Heart. Hand W rk. an English -bred four-year-old bay gelding imported to this country by Kmil Hera; wb a still owns him. has teea seat from Bra kdale to Oravcseml. where he has teen placed in trainer Ueerge Zcigh-rs stable along with the Bones owned by Frank Solan of Saratoga. This is a good-looking gelding of the stout and compact scrt. Sandy McNnughton. ivIm has a considerable string at Uravesead, is one New York trainer who will he on hand for the Howie opening with his stable. He had hoped for enough open weather to have his horses much further advanced. Put he will go along anyway, and before tin- end of the Bowie meeting he pr uiises to show his colors. Several others will mmc in.o Maryland before long, but it will be with an Idea id lieing ready for Havre do Grace or Pimlico rather than Bowie. Richard Miller is one of the New York trainers who is contemplating an early start in Maryland next spring. In the Miller string art- a half dosea bones belonging to different owners, among which are 1". E. Hoses Sand Marsh and High fide and the Mam lie Stables Ciiarlestoninn. The three other horses in the stable are of Imported slock, though belonging to different owners. These are William c. Baxters Bae 1... biu. t". ::. by Cavaleadoer Paterae; r. E. Bones b. f. Photo, by Uangwm Snapshot, sad M. J. Potters Fielder. I, c, 2. by Eteblbert— Field Mouse.

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