Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1919-11-27


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Hacing will begin at Oriental Park each day at ":C0 p. m. The entire plant of tlie Cuba-American Jockey and Auto Club was repainted during the summer. It is stated that Lord Derby has definitely decided to resign his position of Britisli ambassador in Paris. George Phillips has sold the contract he held on jockey J. Mooney, a New Orleans lad, to F. W. Staton. who will race at both Jefferson Park and the Fair Grounds.- An increase of 4,000 was made in tlie value of the stakes at the Manchester Novomlier flat racing meeting. Tlie total value was 0,000, and placed Iiorses benefited considerably. The stable boys at the Epsom race course in England, who recently went out on a strike for increased pay. have returned to work without their demands having been granted. Tlie Eiinisclure Farm of Oakville. Out., achieved marked success at the recent National Horse Simula New York, and had the unique experience of carrying off all four awards in the thoroughbred class. George Cunningham, the famous trainer of La Morlaye. France, is dead. He was successful in all the big races and won the Grand Prix de Paris three times with Saint Christophe, Nuage and llonli. The nine English-bred yearlings purchased some time since by the King of Spain have been named Pot Shot, Tambour, Yif Argent, Fidelio. Lohengrin. Sigurd, Madame Butterfly, Thais and Chaperon Bongo. A well-known New Zealand owner .and breeder. Mr. J. It. Held, who lias recently sold his Elderslie Stud, is on his way to England. While there it is understood that Mr. Held intends, if possible, to purchase a sou of The Tetrarch for stud purposes fn New Zealand.. Mr. Martin Maddock lias shipped to Brazil to the Jockey Club of Sao Paulo twenty, two-year-old fillies, all by well-known sires, including Great Sport. His Majesty. Fariman. Liiiht Brigade. Galloping .Simon. Krooiistad, Glasgerion, Meieager, Balscad-den. Kings Proctor, etc. There are ninety-five British nominations for the Grand Prix de Paris of Hll. and they include Lord Glanelys costly yearling, the Swynford Blue Tit colt. Lord Derby and the Dukes of Portland and Westminster each have three entries, and James de Bothschild is responsible for four nominations.

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