Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1917-01-10


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF. P. i by L nch looks like a mighty good selling plater. She won her race Saturday at New Orleans after being practically left at the post. The total of stake money won during the past English racing seaaoa was ft80.282.SO. In IMS it was .210. 13s. in 1914 fT.IWt.0TH . and in 1913 f3,8«7,«J8. Phil Chinn. who has been in England buying horses, has returned to Lexington. He has a ••on-sigmneiit of twenty-five Ihoroughbreds en route to America, they having been shipped December 19. In our racing of last year twenty nine imported two year -olds won one or more races, the total tx lag ■ forty -s, yen races of the collective value of Slit!.-! 20, of which the French bred Hourless won nearly half. The minor of a race track being built in Detroit this year is again being revived. It is said several wealthy sportsmen are interested in the project, and are aiming to interest Judge Murphy. Eil. W. Moore has his crack mare, Arriet. working out daily now at the Fair Grounds and he can be laskei to enter her in some of the highw eight handicaps in the near future. Arriet is said to be in. form. It is not all a picnic for the clubs introducing the mutucls. The Sydney Keferoo says; "Between. buildings and machines, the installation of the totalizator at Kandwick will probably cost the Australian Jockey Club 00,000. I

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