Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1922-01-04


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* i . j CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF W. P.. Jeaaiaga writes from the VAest that he has entirely recorered from his receat operation and is making a tour "f California tboroaghbred farms Shaun Spadah. the 1121 Grand National Bteafsa chase winner, and F. B. Baas, who rode him in that tace. are still associates and will be so again in the 1922 National to be run in March J. II. Kos-eter has filed appliialion through hi agent for stable room at Belmont Jak during tie-1922 spnng air rt lag to a ccom module faxartaaa horses. The Bosseter racing stable is now iu Kentucky. Clyde Freeman, who was placed under the ban at Bowi- last spring for the remainder of the year was automatically restored to gjod standing with tie- adreat of the new year and has been granted a license to train at Hie Fair Orounds. Frank Yan Ness of Prince Wilkes, champion trotter, and Men Ha. champion thoioughbred. fame is agahl in France practicing horse dentistry aaaaag the stables of the Parisian racing district. He has many regular patrons and is a busy man. The death is anounced from Wantage. Lngland. of II. Davis, who was a prominent st-plechase jockey â– aaaa forty years ago. He was at one time attached to the Compton stable of T. Stevens and on four occasions headed Hie list of winning steeplechase jockeys. Ilivis wa- 71 years of age The Kentucky Legislature begins its session Taaa-day at Frankfort and early in the session the state "reformers" are to open their attack on the thoroughbred industry and turf sport generally. From good sources comes the news that the "reform" movement will meet with defeat. It develops that Abadane, which F. W. Statou recently claimed from W. K. Applegate. Ix w d a teasaaa in hhl good foreleg in his race Saturday at Jefferson Park, lie came out of the race limping nure than usual, but it was thought at the time that Uis bad leg again bothered liiw.

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