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i| 1 I • I 1 I ■ • ■ 1 I - ■w CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Among tke American arrivals hist week from Bag. land were John Sanford and his stable manager Hallie Hughes. Tryster. the champion two-year old of 1920. is said to be growing rapidly since be was thrown out of training. He was ■ light and immature two-year old. looking more like a gelding than a colt The mure Concfcs. had a busy time of it during ill" raring of 1920. starting in fifty eight races, of .which she won ten. That she was always "trying" is evident from her record of finishing second 1 igkteen t Imes. Daily Racing Form erred in printing the price of Mio. too f,„- Salamandra. the record Knulish brood mare. Her price was 889,666. The error was an editorial slip in money .allies. The price paid hy Kurd Kurness for Salamandra was 16,666 English guineas. Joekos a. Behattinger ami A. lokasoa are expected shortly at Tijuana. Schut i niger lias been visiting in San Ilaneisco and Johnson at J. H. Kos. tors Wickiup Kamh at Santa Bona. Tke latter will accept mounts at the Mexican track but it is not known whether Schuttiuger will do any riding. Tom Welch is on his «ray back to this country after looking over things in Rkglipd and Prance. lie was a keen bidder for the Klaokland Stud m are Scanniiccia. which brought 910,666 at the New I market sales. She is a five year-oid mare by I Spearmint- Spring Chicken, by GaUiaale, in foil ti Pommern. aid was bought by D. It. Browning. The Irish bred yearling colt which Tom Welch bought in England recently for Mr. J. K. Wkteaer is .,c his Ural hi re and is -aid to lie a superb nidi viilnal. He was heed by Peter ntsgerakl. coat s:,.:, u al his dams side and is a bay bj Bridge of Kirn Tilsit, by Mauvezen. His mother, iu foal to The Tetrardi. sold at the oauje Umt. to iir, rwter WhUwuittj fag Slo.QW.