Current Notes Of The Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1918-10-29


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Hartford Insurance John A Payne General Agent Cincinnati O Artvr ArtvrJohn John San ford lias consigned to the annual breeders sale at Lexington the good race hurst and sire Mohawk II IIJockey Jockey Romaiielli who has lieon sick in Balti ¬ more with an attack of influenza is reported to IM recovering and expects to be out in a few days daysTlie Tlie l ody of W C Capps the wellknown horse nian who died at Baltimore last week has been shipped to his late home at Union City Tenu for interment intermentJockey Jockey T Loftus will ride for tlie Glen Riddle Farm Stable owned by Samuel Riddle of Phila ¬ delphia Loftus contract with A K Macomber expires next Friday FridayAfter After Peerless Ones victory in the first nice at Laurel Saturday three claims were put in for the colt but trainer Johnny Schorr retained him for the McLean stable at the cost of 1400 1400Edward Edward Frazer the wellknown turfman and breeder has announced his retirement as a breeder and will dispose of his cntire stud of broodmares and weaulicgs at Lexington next month monthEight Eight running races were held at the Franklin County Fair at Benton 111 from October 1 to October 4 with purses ranging from 100 to 300 The races proved to bo the big attraction of the fair Andrew Miller lias recovered his little colt Snap ¬ dragon II AVheii Snapdragon II finished second to Harry Shannon on Thursday Harry Hastings claimed him for 1800 Friday A J Goldsborough trainer for Mr Miller bought him back at a much higher price

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