Current Notes Of The Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1918-09-26


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF TURFC C E Mickehvaite will not race at Louisville but will keep his horses at Lexington for a week or so and then ship them to Latonia LatoniaFor For the opening day at Churchill Downs Monday September 0 l esides the Falls City Handicap of 1200 added the other six races will have purses of 1000 each three of them being of added money variety varietyFour Four of the six winners at Aqueduct Tuesday were Englishbred Hollister and AVar Cloud being the produce of J K Joels stud while Torchbearer and Kiss Again are from the famous Sledmere Stud of Sir Mark Sykes SykesEdward Edward 15 McLean whose stable is now racing in the east and who owns the Cincinnati Enquirer and AAashington Post has been given a commission as major in the intelligence department of the United States army armyAV AV E Kundolph of Lexington Ky owns Han rose the dam of Pen Hose and lias recently sold Pen Hoses brother for 2500 Hanrose is nineteen years old is by Hanover Miss Melton by Macduff and was bred by the late Milton Young The best of her earlier children were Hosedale and De ¬ butante butanteHilly Hilly Myer superintendent of the Saratoga track and to whom credit is due for the reconstruction of that course into the fastest in the country was a fighter of note in his younger days One of his greatest battles was with Jack McAuIiffe in 1889 the fight lasting for sixtyfour rounds McAuIiffe winning by a knockout knockoutUp Up to July 14 the stable of Huron Oppenheini which is trained by the American trainer Withers McCreery led all competitors in German racing with an aggregate of SOUUOO marks or approximately C1SOO The leading winner in the stable is the threeyearold Marmor by Saphir Mahalla by St Serf which among other Rices won the Hamburg Grand Prize of 125000 marks and the German Derby of the same value valueSky Sky Man the Aeronaut Tranid colt which won a good race at long odds last Friday at Aqueduct is small and after being tried for his breeder the late lamented Schuyler L Parsons by William Karrick was given up as a bad job After Mr Parsons deatli Sky Man was sold to the Quincy Stable for 500 and came along so slowly that he was given away to John Moran The Quincy Stable trainer Jim Fitzsimmons agreed to train him for Moran and though backward early Sky Man im ¬ proved so much of late and could run so well on a soft track that he was saved for such going Kohin son was put up and his victory was the result Mr Parsons raced Tranid Sky Mans dam She is a young Aroter mare and was a good mud runner So was his sire Aeronaut

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