Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1917-02-15


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF. Lady Bowl na is now racing in the colors of the San Francisco Stable at Tijuana, having been claimed out of the last race in which she started. Colonel Applegate announces at F.l Iaso that Old Boaebud will lie seen ill colors at the;: track next Sunday. He worked seven eighths impressively in 1 :30 recently. The International Consolidated Record Association has been incorporated in New York State for the purpose of recording and issuing certificates of registry of horses for the protection of breeders. The legislative council of Western Australia amended the bettina suppression bill, by inserting a proviso that a public place within the meaning of tie- act docs not include a racecourse during the holding of a rice meeting. -Melbourne Argus. It looks as if mud will be trumps until the end of th" meeting now. The weather surely has been unkind to the racing this winter. It has been the longest unsettled period iu the past ten years, and horsemen are surprised. — New Orleans Times lieuyune. Thomas Welsh expects great thing-; of Joseph B. Wiih ners big four year-old Mainteiiant. by Main-teuon Martha Gorman. Mainteiiant won the only race in Which he started in this country, running a mile in 1:89V.. He has been entered in a number of the big eastern stakes. Joseph i:. Widener has two imported two-year-olds which, if they both race, will cause the turf writers, operators, compositors, proofreaders and Others no cad of trouble. One is the bay colt Llufirmier. by Verwood Zabra. and the other is the bay filly l.Infiriniere. by Ajax -Golden Key. David A. Campbell, the Canadian breeder and owner of thoroiighbreus. said in New York Monday that there no longer was anything to fear in the way of adverse legislation in Canada, against racing during the present year, parliament having adjourned. The bills that were introduced to curtail I lacing hui! uot been enacted into law.

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