Current Notes Of The Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1919-06-10


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF John E Madden has sold his threeyearold colt Copyright by Ormondale Copyist to Jule Garson GarsonMike Mike Lonergan an oldtime western turfman died suddenly at his home near Sonoma Cal last Friday night nightJohn John E Madden has sold the twoyearold colt by Ballot Gracilla by Goldfinch to A S Cochran of New York Reports from Aqueduct say that Sun Briar is in fine bodily condition and it will not be long before he is in racing trim trimJohn John E Madden has the distinction of having bred the winners of botii the Kentucky and La tonia Derbys Sir Barton arid Be Frank being1 products of his Hamburg Place Stud StudItoamer Itoamer is a glutton for work It is safe to say that Roamer has worked more miles in 140 and a greater number of mile and an eighth in 152 or better than any other three horses that can be named namedTrainer Trainer William Garth has sent two twoyearolds which had affected wind to Dr McCully to be treated under a new process which is understood to consist of removing supposedly affected tissue In the breathing apparatus of the youngsters youngstersThe The Coaching Club of New York attended Belmont Park Saturday in a body and the members were guests of Frank K Sturgis at a luncheon at the Turf and Field Club They made the trip from tlie city to the track in the club coach Pioneer PioneerThe The grandam of Grand Parade this years Eng ¬ lish Derby winner Itiioda B died in 1913 She was by Hanover Margerine by Algerine bred by W L Scott at Erie Pa in 1895 and sent to Ireland by Richard Croker as a yearling in 1896 1896The The returns from the nice for the English Oaks were incomplete but it turns out that Sir E Hul tons Roseway by Stornowny Rose of Ayrshire was second and Lord Roseberys Maplcdurham by Bayardo Moiitcin was third Roseway was favorite at 7 to 4 Bayuda the winner was 100 to 7 and Mapledurham 25 to 1

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