Current Notes Of The Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1919-07-10


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF James Fitzsimmonsis disappointed with his colt Lcadifrg Star He says th colt has speed enough to beat the best of them but does all his running in the morning and quits in the afternoon He is just a bad horse says his trainer trainerJudges Judges Joseph A Murphy J B Campbell and E C Smith of the Business Mens Racing Associa ¬ tion of New Orleans have notified secretaries of tnrf organizations that Jockey F Smith has been restored to good standing Smiths license was withdrawn on account of his habits and some iri dlfferent riding in consequence His reinstatement is on the promise to attend strictly to business businessHardbake Hardbake after winning the Castle Two Year Old Selling Plate at Windsor on Saturday Juno 21 was bought in for 7700 another Instance of the high prices realized for sellers during tlic prcs eri racing season This figure was howcvety beaten in the case of Little Saint who at Sandbwn IarU In July 1808 was purchased out of a selling race for 8195 by Mr R Croker London Sportsman

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