Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1919-01-17


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Gtn. Pershing and Gen. miss of the American Expeditionary Force have been elected members of the French Jockey Club. Tlomas J. Healey, trainer for R. T. Wilson, is slowly recovering from an illness that has confined him to his home for over two weeks, according to reports from the east. II. 5. Redwell says War Pennant is now one of the most impressive-looking colts seen in a long while. He is wintering at Laurel, ami will be pointed for the Preakness. J. S. Ilarbee savs that the yearling colt by Ten Point Lights Out is the biggest yearling at Glen Helen Stud. The youngster is the property of A. A. Docter, the eastern turfman. Wilfrid Viaus horses are wintering at Belmont Park and all are reported in the b?st of health, particularly Westy Hogan. which has entirely recovered from an injured foot sustained at -Saratoga last summer. Jefferson Livingston some time ago sold a half interest In bis two good racers Colonel Venule and Roynl II. to Jerome 1$. Respess. The horses are now at the Respess farm in Kentucky, and both are booked for a season in the stud. A. J. Joyner is exercising a general supervision over the horses of Joseph E. Widener wintering at Itelmont Park, in the absence of Thomas Welch, who is now in France looking over Mr. Wideners extensive breeding interests over there. A. A. Docter has sold The Dauphin and Hurricane to Milton S. Hoffman, a New York lawyer, who is the latest recruit to the sport in the east. Trainer R. 0. Miller has the horses at Gravesend and will race them for Mr. Hoffman this coming spring.

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