Current Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1917-06-23


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF. J. N. Camdi us Fuglisl, stallion Light Itrigade has served thirty-seven mares this season. Nearly all of James Itutlers mares have bean mated with Pebbles, Which has grown into a grand looking bene of the Ben Brush type. Sheridan Clark has arrived at Montreal from New York. 11 will be the presiding judge at the Mount Royal meethag, which begiaa next Monday Jock Ceauw ll.v is not riding due to an injury to his leg whi h may cause him to cancel hia engagement to rid,- Old Beaebud in the Brooklyn Handicap •lext .Monday. "" Bryaa and Jim OHara were among the visi o:s ,-,t the Mai inni-uve track in Montreal Thursday. They were write pli-asi d with the appearance of the miituel plant these. John Sanford lias about twenty two mares at the Hnrricana stud at ftmaliidam. N. Y., and ahead six i-i Kentucky. The speedy sprinter Chiictanunda is also in Kentucky at the farm of Sanford Lyne. In discussing It, sneers brilliant victory in the Excelsior Handicap, several bereeneea were talking about Ito.-iniers origin. One turfman called him "an accident." explaining that the breeding of Kose Tree II. to Knight Lrrant was accidental. Knight Lrrant. although .1 stake winner and royally bred, never had been taken seriously by Colonel E. F. Clay because of unsoundness. In view of the fact that the mare was atone blind Colonel Clay did not care to take the risk and trouble incident to shipping her away from home and Knight Errant was mated witli her merely because he was the onl sire available for tiie purpose, and the result was Boamer.

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