Current Notes Of The Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1919-05-20


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF The death of the old racer Idle Michael has been reported to the Jockey Club ClubS S C Ilildrefh has leased the racing qualities of the colt Mad Hatter from Major August Belmont BelmontThe The mare Mabel Montgomery that last raced in the colors of W R Mizell is reported dead at the farm of her owner W Graeb of Ozona Miss MissRuby Ruby winner of the second race at Louisville Friday is the first of the produce of the mare Riva which was raced last by the veteran turfman Green B Morris MorrisDark Dark Legend the English horse which won the Aiceroys and Emperors Cups in India last winter has gone amiss and being fired too deeply may be on thu shelf permanently permanentlyLord Lord Derby has leased the Ouilly Normandy stud for his horses which are to race in France This is the establishment at which the great English sire Prince Palatine which was pold for 209000 stands standsAmong Among the English entries for the Grand Prix de Paris to be run for June 29 at Lougchamps are Manilardo Stefan the Great Jalloper Light Stand To and Dominion but Tin Panther is absent Sir A Blacks sole representative being Cygnus CygnusKim Kim Patterson Eternals trainer after the Preak ness admitted to BedWell that the Koss trainer had the better horse However you will have to meet me five tiines more this season said Pat terson and when that is all over we will be able to Jell better which is the best of the three yearolds After the colt Eddie Rickenbachor won the Suf ¬ folk Selling Stakes on the opening day of the Jamaica meeting W J Salmon his owner re ¬ ceived a telegram from the famous aviator in whose Jiongr tiecqlt wis Jianiwl lUcamefrouivtlusavja tion camp at Muskogee Okla and read Con ¬ gratulations on Eddies wonderful start May be soon Ixcome an ace and then the ace of aces Caplain Eddie Rickenbachei At Newmarket England April 24 Sir H D Broughton bought at auction the Irish mare Double Dew 5 by Bachelors Double Duegrta for 7750 and all prices were far above normal an averagr twiiyiiirold fetching 2500 or more At the sanits sale Planet b h 5 by St Frusquin Catgut by Laciantus brought OG50 from C A Talwr and Thyme b f 4 by Polyinelus Larkspur II by St Krusquin went to R Moreton for 10240 The English St Leger winner of 1898 AVild fowler by Gallinule Tragedy now tweiityrfour years old has drifted into ignominious Hues H Is pulling a caual boat in France Wihlfowlers Sti Leger was a sensational one He was an out ¬ sider and beat Jeddah but did no other notable tiling in racing and was sold for 90 three years ago to dissolve a partnership between his French owners two market gardeners near Paris

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