Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1919-01-01


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE; TURF Capt. T. J. Clay if said to have tic most highly prized youngster iu Kentucky, a tilt .by Short Grass Ellangowan. Of the twenty-six marVs mated wi h Short Grass last season, twenty-five re due to produce foals during the early part of the year, j The first of the get of short Grfij, Emil nerz grand English-bred horse, is much favorable comment on the part of Kentucky .breeders. Changing the finishing line it tJFair Grounds has made it necessary to reduce u ; its programmed at three-quarters of a mile to ivi md a half furlongs. Frank J. Ni owner of the Mfcrwyck Stable, is the proud of an imprt l,e looking filly- by The Sin- based at th McDowell year ling sale . ist, that will furry his colors lu t Id racing of 191

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