Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1921-07-06


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF The Australian sire Kenilworth. a fine race horse in his day. is a half-brother to the great French three-year-old Ksar. Kenilworth is by Child wick Kizil Kourgan. Accoiiliug lo Major Stanley Koch of the Quarter-master Corps all the horsp.s entered in the 300-mile Endurance V111V, to be niu next October, are training satisfactorily for thai trying ordeal. The Htiilliou Alluiueiir, recently sold by II. O. Lyne of Orniige, Vfl.. to the Government ltfiiuimil Service, has served thirty-eight mnres this season.-Alliimeur is a French hied son of Meddler Strike-a-Light II. Dick Pending js eugaged u making he track at, Thorncliffe Park hogbacked. Many other improvements are to be completed, including the erection of new buildings and the repairing of roads about the stables. J. M. Niall, the Australian who gave tlie jumper Kiulark to the Prince of Wales, is in England and was cordially received liy tlie fine young Englishman. Niall raced in England some years ago aiid had the steeplechaser Bulawarru lu the Grand National of 1915. The English racing authorities are considering the putting iu of an equipmt-nt of lead pads for Jockeys as part of the working tools of the various race courses. In this country and elsewhere such pads are personal, which is perfectly proper on account of their fit and adjustment to he rideta ueeijs and fancies,

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