Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1919-01-10


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF The useful plater Clark M. started in forty-on. races last year and won twelve. The old international hero Borrow won but two races out of twelve starts last year. Jockey A. Alexandra plans to resume riding this year In the event that racing is revived in Canada. William and Lewis Gnrtli. both of whom were seriously ill with an attack of influenza, are re-jHirted to Ik? ou the way to a quick recovery. W. F. Knebelkamp, the well-known Kentucky turfman, who is racing a big stable at New Orleans, is now part owner of the Louisville Raseball Club. The stable of Senor A. Lezama, the Cuban sportsman, made a respectable showing in the racing of last year, winning eleven races and ,333. H. P. Whitney has several promising two-year-olds at the Fair Grounds in charge of trainer Mose Goldblatt, but they are not quite ready for racing. Johnson X. Camden, chairman of the Kentucky Racing Commission, had quite a lean year in a racing way in 1918, his horses winning the insignificant sum of ,817. The stable of Joseph K. Seagram, president of the Ontario Jockey Club, was not campaigned until the full of last year, and during its limited period of activity won a few races wortli a trifle over ,000 in total value.

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