Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1917-12-29


view raw text

CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Reports from the office of the Westchester Racing Association intimate that the entries for the Futurity of 1920 are coming up to expectations and that a big list is expected from Kentucky, as a result of racing secretory Earloekers recent visit to the breeding farms of the blue grass state. Lee Wagner of Baltimore, well-known layer on the eastern tracks and one of the best authorities on pedigrees of the thoroughbred, was among the recent arrivals at New Orleans, where he will remain for the Fair Grounds meeting. Mr. Wagner predicts a brilliant future for Omar Khayyam as a sire. He says that Omar is the best prospect for a genuine success that has been" imported to this country since the days of Glcncoe and Leamington.

Persistent Link:
Local Identifier: drf1917122901_1_4
Library of Congress Record: