Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1919-10-04


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Grand Parade, the Epsom Derby winner, never a perfectly sound horso, is "on the shelf," and it is probable that he will not race agaiu. W. Shields, trainer for E. 11. Thomas, has purchased from A. K. Macomber the two-year-old Heavy Weapon, by Uncle Planutess, and accordingly a brother to that good performer, Tracksend. The English Jockey Club stewards are keenly after tricky trainers and riders this season. Lords Pen-rliyn, Lonsdale and Hnrewood met at Doncaster September 9 and tool; away the licenses of trainer W. Mullen, of Whateombe. and" jockey W. Smith for a suspicious ride on Patlander at Haydock Park August 30. This is the .second pair to be punished this year." Taking away a license by the Jockey stewards ia England virtually means ruling off,

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