Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1919-12-28


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Galley Head, the former Seagram horse, won a mile and a sixteenth race at Pinehurst, X. C, last week. O. A. Bianchi has a trio of coming two-car-olds at the Fair Grounds, all fillies, and they have been showing up well in their morning work. They are Glendover, a brown filly, by Jim Gaffnoy Viola it. a sister to Lady Rachel and Viola Gaffney; Tawasentha, chestnut filly, by Vulcain Belle of Arcadia, and Zambm, bay filly, by Light Brigade Bertha Miller. J. W. McClellauds coming two-year-olds at New Orleans, most, of which are by Sweep, are coining along in good style, lie has a bay f ill v h Sweep -Flying Star; hay filly by Sweep Etheibi-rta;. bay cult by Sweep lteuoiii; bay colt by Zeus -Even Break; bay colt by Sweep Little Tee, and a chestnut colt by Vulcain Mary Orr. They are iu charge of trainer Kim Patterson.

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