Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1919-09-20


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Long-distance races will bo featured at Laurel during the October meeting of tho Maryland State-Fair, j Jockev Rodriguez was given a severe shakenp when Le Rlenet fell witli him in the first race at Havre de 5 race Thursday. He was forced to cancel his other engagements for the day. Harry Swart, who rode his first winner at Aqueduct Thursday when he piloted Dr. Rae to victory, is only fifteen years of age, but has already given promise of developing into a. first-class rider. The oneniiig day program at Lfitonia next AVednesday calls for a distribution of 14.000 in added money for seven races. This includes the .?5,O0 added to the Latonia Handicap, the inaugural day attraction. R. McCraim is no longer an apprentice rider. His victory on TJirif t at Havre de Grace Thursday brought his score up to forty, which, according to the rules of the Jockey Club, makes him a full-fledged jockey and not entitled to an apprentice allowance. The Duke of Portlands trainer, AV. AAaugh, has leased Rnlaton Lodge, Xewmarket, England, which has been vacant since Jack Joyner and the AVhitney horses came back to America. The bearers of the magpie jacket will thus once more be located within a short distance of the stables which sheltered St. Simon. Ayrshire, Donovan, Semolina. Amiable, Memoir, Mrs. Ruttenvlck, La Roche and many other celebrities.

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