Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1919-08-28


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Gwyn Tompkins will take his stable to Relmont Park at the close of the Saratoga meeting. E. R. Rradley will, it is said, have about twenty-two horses ready for fall racing in Kentucky. Four running races arc included in the program of the Kentucky State Fair, to be held at Louisville, Ky., from September 8 to September 13. Whimsy, which was bought by G. AA. Fonuan at Tuesday nights sale, has beei transferred to Frank Regan at an advance over the purchase price. Cock o the Roost will not be seen in the Johnson colors again. He was claimed after his race on Saturdny by Joe Tiglie. AAra. Martin, who has trained the colt, is perfectly satisfied to have him out of the barn, though lie says he will no doubt wiu races when he gets in the right company.

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