Current Notes Of The Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1919-06-15


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF There will be no purse less than 700 during the Aqueduct meeting which begins June 23 Senor A H Diaz Orestes is in training at Jamaica and may be seen under colors during thd Aqueduct meeting meetingIt It is reported the homebred twoyearolds of James Butler will IM shipped to Aqueduct to par ¬ ticipate in the meeting at that track The majority of this band are by Out of Reach the sire of George Smith SmithThe The Grand Prix dOstende is to be revived and run at Ostend Belgium Sunday August 24 It is worth 20000 and at one mile and five and a half furlongs Among its entries are the king of Spains Olypic Mr Vanderbilts McKinley and Due Decazes Rapidan RapidanThe The mammoth Parisian stable of M Eknayan for which Guy Garner the American jockey is first rider has not scored in a French race so far It contains 121 horses and has four trainers the brothers Eugene and Paul Pantail Charles Bar ¬ tholomew and J Davie DavieDuring During the first weeks racing on the Parisian courses the pariinutuals showed a turnover of cent is deducted now this means a sum of lSOOiOOO francs 250000 for charity breeding pure water and race course funds alone aloneWhen When The Panther after winning the Two Thousand Guineas failed in the Derby lie was onlyf one more addition to the long list of Two Thousand winners that have not realized expecta ¬ tions at Epsom During tlie last sixty years no fewer than thirtyfour failed failedSo So far the best of the English twoyearold fillies to show In racing js Sir Robert Jardincs Cinna by Polymelusi Bardness La Fleclie by Ladas La Fleche In her first race the Norfolk Plate she easily beat the good colt Poltava and a big band in sparkling style Her sure and dam aro almost first cousins cousinsJ J Ituiss a Mexican Jockey who has seqn some saddle serf ICQ in India is riding on the English courses His work is favorably commented upon by the Englteh racing critics and May 23 he skillfully scored with White Poppy by White Eagle Bella Royal owned by tho National Stud In a race at the near Liverpool Haydock Park course courseCol Col George S Patton who served through the war in command of the First Army Tanks and who was severely wounded in action will be back in racing this year Colonel Patton has twenty horses in his string Tkey are in California at present and will be brought east duririg the sum ¬ mer i m

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