Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1919-11-12


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF W. Perkins stable at New Orleans comprises fifteen head. Sixteen receiving stalls will be built at the entrance to Jefferson Park, for the convenience of horses which are sent over from the Fair Grounds for the daily races. H. T. Batchler will race" Mab, Jessie Louise, Batchler and J. B. House at the Jefferson Park meeting. The horses are in good condition and will be ready for the bugle on Thanksgiving Day. A. L. Kirby has a good string of horses at the Fair Grounds, including tlie speedy filly Talisman, Blackie Daw, J. Rufus, Blue Jeans, War, Garden, Manicurist, Rifle Shooter, Edith L., Sweet Esma, Mary Josephine and six yearlngs. William -Hamilton, assistant starter to A. B. Dade, is an arrival at Xew Orleans and says the barrier for schooling yearlings will not be up until December 1, which will give one month for the youngsters to be taught to stand at the webbing. The Grand Prix Race des Produits of about 2,000 and 2,000 to the breeder, one of the principal races of tlie year in Brazil, was run on October 12 at Rio, and was won by a colt named Kitchener, by Novelty, dam the French-bred mare Kivalite. The colt was bred by Mr. Paula Machado, tlie president of the Brazilian Turf Club, who is now in France on a mission for his government, and a regular patron of the Paris race meetings. Xov-elty is tlie splendid son of Kingston, which headed the American winning list in 1910 as the property of Sam O. Hildreth.

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