Current Notes Of The Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1918-07-10


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF War Cloud is being prepared for the Dwyer Stakes S Polks old campaigner Curlicue was claimed bv J S McRride at Reno last week weekMarshall Marshall Cassidy son of the wellknown eastern starter Mars Cassidy is to soon joiu the colors in the aviation service serviceII II p Whitneys speedy Blue Laddie is in prime racing condition and will make the best of the juvenile division look to their laurels when they meet meetEighteen Eighteen horses comprising the stable of the Canadian turfman J Lumsden together with the stables of J T Gwathmey T J Honolulu and T Clyde have been shipped from Bclmont Park to Saratoga SaratogaThe The Quincy Stables showing down east is a re ¬ markable one this year and u sharp illustration of the talent of its trainer James Fitzsimmons who was always a skillful mini with a horse This year his material has improved and given him a better chance than usual usualfulii fulii Madden showed a promising looking young ¬ ster in the Tremont Stakes in Sir Barton a bright chestnut by Ogden Lady Sterling consequently a brother to Sir Martin famous in this country as i twoyearold and later in England where he is now a successful stallion stallionThe The Western Kentucky State Fair which is run at Henderson Ky is going to have a good repre ¬ sentation of running races on its program There will be purses of 300 200 and 100 and the fair will be held during the week of July 30 Mutuel machines from Latonia will be installed The ixTfect condition of the track and the long stretch at Aqueduct have developed a series of record breaking performances and have made the races there both fast and interesting says the New York Sun It is not always the star of the turf which has come through witli the feat Witness tliu running of a mile and fivesixteenths in Jil a full second better than the old mark by Con ¬ duit a selling plater

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