Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1919-01-29


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF The eldest son and namesake of John E. Madden. Kentuckys foremost breeder and owner of Hamburg Place, earned his spurs in the service of Uncle Sam as captain of the 309th Headquarters Troop of the 84th Division, which was trained at Camp Zacharv Taylor. Louisville, Ky. Among the troopers under command of Captain Madden is Dave Nicol, formerly one of Americas leading jockeys for a decade or more. The Montreal turfman D. Raymond is said to have a promising two-year-old in James Bodens stable at Gravesend in the chestnut filly by Oiseau Sans Coenr, by Golden Garter. Commander J. K. L. Ross, leading winning owner of 1918. is said to be so deeply interested in the performances of his horses that he personally keeps a record of each niid every horse in the stable.

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