Current Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1917-05-22


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF. The time of P.ace .107S Saturday, May 19 should road : .-., instead of M*4, as printed. Sam McMeekin has bad underpinning. It was this fact that mail- him run out in his ree-nt race. George fMssa lias only about three Mran ami they an- Bat doing so well. Hi- is on tin- lookout for more. Fair Mac is beiag schooled for races through the-f i Id and is said to have shown good farm over the Mama. A large crowd turned out to see the opening day moos at Detorintef Park. Montreal, Saturday. Speculation in Me mntiels was good. ;rant Hugh Browne sent a winner to the post at Wilmington Friday in Mr. H....b-y. a two -year-aid son of Mr. Brawns obi horse King Cobalt. It is worthy of note that Fallot was repn -:t nted in the Kentucky Derby by three starters, two of which, Ticket and Midway, earned a portion of Me stakes. /.. Bunions, who owns the Canadian-bred Anster, was at Deb.i-mier Park Saturday in uniform, lb-has enlist d as a gunner with the 75th Canadian Fild Artillery. The racing at Yvilmiugton, Del., under the aus-pieca of the Wilmington Horse ami Hound Show, was will patronized, attesting to the popularity of tin-snort in that section of the country. v.. M. Cheatea, a saajtJeaaaa rider, fractored his eeilarbaae, whea his mount, in a jumping ran at P.i-lmont Terminal Saturday toman a cropper, hurtling him into the air. Chest., n landed on his head ami wa- lucky to get off without serious injury. T. S. Winston of Bichmoml. Ya.. reports two foals by his g.iod. young Mae Cro-iiways Best, a brother to the American Derby winner Bob rt Waddell, one oi April P.l a lev filly. Meadow P.eautv by Fatherless and the other on May 1, a bav ftllv. Pacing P. 11 by Bncine. The Creeatree Stables Cherry huhatta m Me Great Daited Hants Steeptecha f Me vatoe of .So.lHHI. at the Daited Hunts aeeetiag Saturday. Cherry Malotte won the aeaae eveal last year, which doable success gives Mrs. Payne Whitney, ou net of Green tree stable, penaaaeat possession of a piece of plate valued at BSM ••I. George S. Beanie of Hamilton, who is reported |.v .able as going to France on extended daties, will be i-cm inhered by horsemen as the track physician of the Hamilton lackey Club, ami he wrote recently that tin- ne thing hi- missed abroad was tin- summer racing. Be has had charge of some eighty hospitals in England as Assistant Director of Medical Services. .1. J. Leonard, manager of II. J. Browns Howell Place. Portland. Maim-, v ho recently purchased the French -bnil horse Pataud. from John K. Madden, reports on May 7. a brown colt by Taddlagtn n.-llamia dam of Aeaileinist and half-sister of the great stake mare Pel. I. , me by Henry of Na-varre. Mar.- bred to Pataud. The!-- are also at Howell Place tv.. .dh.-r foals by Toddbagtea, a filh An . by Alhert. a colt po.tie by Michael aad a filly by Pataud Playground by Hurst Park.

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