Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1919-01-14


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Burton S. Castles is a part owner of last years Futurity winner Dunboyne, which races in the name of P. A. Clark. Budd Doble, who was 77 years old October 10 last, is living at Los Angeles, Cal., nowadays in excellent health. Jockey Mack Garner has shown remarkable improvement in Iiis riding at the Fair Grounds and is now the leading jockey at that track. Walter Jennings is enthusiastic over the wav the Macomber horses are wintering at Belmont Park. All are well and in splendid bodily condition. Foxhall Keene lias purchased a farm of 1G0 acres in Baltimore County and will ship his stable of hunters to Ills new estate, which will be known as Foxhall Farm. Lieut. Gifford A. Cochran, who was attached to the Red Cross, serving with the Italian army, and who was cited for bravery under fire, is due in New York January 20, when it is probable he will make known his turf plans for this year. According to reports from Canada breeders and turfmen of the Dominion feel that the Order in Council, which prohibited speculation on tiie races for the duration of the war, lias served its purpose and hope to see it rescinded in time to hold the usual spring meetings.

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