Current Notes Of The Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1919-04-10


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF W AA Darden writes from Xashville Tenn stating that his threeyearold filly GalliCurci has wintered in splendid condition and will soon be sent to Lexington to enter upon active training for her stake engagements this spring the chief of vdiich are the Ashland and Kentucky Oaks OaksThe The highest price ever paid for a stallion in Australia was 05000 for Carbine Trafalgar and Comedy King each sold for 37500 Tressady SUOOOO Trenton and Xordenfeldt 25000 each Bill of Portland 24500 Kcnilworth 20500 Kilbro ney 20000 Multiform 18750 Shepherd King 17500 BoalMlil and Charlemagne II 11500 11500The The Beach Stable has nothing much in the linn of twoyearolds on whose possibilities one may speculate J B Elwell like Samuel Hildreth prefers rather to buy and race seasoned horses He prefers to let somebody else take the risk incident to the purchase and development of juveniles and then pay that person what he thinks his bargain and his work are worth

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