Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1919-09-06


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF AA C. "Pa" Daly will retire as a trainer, leaving that end of the snort to his son AV. C, Jr. Condition books for the Aqueduct meeting have been issued and in the majority of the races horses of the better class are catered to . A. .T. Joyner says he. never saw a stallion improve in appearance as has Aeronaut since his acquisition to the Erdenheim Stud of J. E. and G. D. AVidener. AY. S. Aosburgh, official handienpper of the Jockey Club, is quoted as saying that Osgood is one of the best mud runners he has seen in his long experience on the turf. The horses of Andrew Miller, Quincy Stable, J. J. Hallenbeek and Mrs. AV. A. Prime are among those stabled at Aqueduct, where many improvements have been made during the summer months. Jockey T. Murray found Saratoga a tough place to increase bis riding percentage, the runner-up to C. Robinson for the saddle honors of the year being unable to land a winner out of nineteen mounts. The Brentwood Handicap, in which Royce Pools walked over AAednesday at Belmont Park, was the first race to produce a walkover in five years. The last one-horse "race" on the Xew York turf came in 1914, when Ronmer cantered home by himself in the Autumn AVeight-for-Age Handicap at Belmont Park.

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