Current Notes of the Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1917-03-06


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF. Old Rosebud i- reported to have worked three-eighths in 30 at Oaklawn the other day and pulled up in good shape. Jockey Ball will leave Havana Wednesday and go t i Baltimore to be on hand for the opening of the Bowie meeting. Ball will ride for the Quincy Stable. John Shannon. 71. father of James. John. Robert and Barry HhsnriOU, all well-known in racing circles, the bitter being manager of E. I:. Bradleys 1 il Hour Farm, died at Lexington Saturday morning after a brief Ulna s of pneumonia. Belated entries to Lexington stak"s. but mailed h. time, have been received from J. L. Paul and Co.. as follows: To the Aslihuid Oaks. Lady Kathern: Idle Hour Stakes. Carl Weidemann. b. c, 2. by Dr. Boot-— Naughty; Hinata Stakes, Marsie, b. f. 2, by Peep oDay — Big loose. Andrew Minder, who is riding at Havana after an absence of several years from the saddle, displayed some of his old-time finishing ability when he landed W. C. Dalys Etiielbert colt, Ampere II., .1 aianer in the fifth race at Oriental Park Bunds/, beating Sandel by a nose. Only fifty cheap platers remain at the lair Grounds tr-vk in New Orleans out of the 750 or soo horses quartered there during the meeting, and most of these are owned locally and are intended for use other than racing. All of the good stables have been shipped, either to Hot Springs or to the Kentucky tracks. Among the horses at Hot Springs, ready and keyed up for a race are Aldebaran. Iolroma. Nettie W. 1 eutt, Othello. Turco and Wadsworths Last. Aldebaran and Othello on 1riday worked five eighths in 1:04--, ami Polroma the same distance in 1:05-... Turco ran three-quarters in l:10-:.. Wadswortl 1 Imal throe-quarters in 1:M% aud Nettie Walcutt the same distance in 1:10 fc.

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