Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1922-01-05


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1 CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF BaperiatSadeal 11. I. Pels has covered the main track and the traiaiag easkrae at Rehmaal Park la prevent freezing. Jockey Ponce has been engaged to ride for the ! lo.-al Quiacy Stable this year, his cimtract With ..•urge Petersoa having expired. Old P.alerno. a steeplechaser on the other side, is most erratic in races. Recently at Leicester he uas barred after crossing his legs and throwing his rider. Prookes. in sominers.iult style. In his stable Baleraa is known as the "Doat." for. as his trainer asiata out, "he requires a rudder to keep him Straight" J. Galen Brew a, the American trainer at Maisons-Laffitte and father-in-law of jockey Matt MacCec. lias Mime eight horses in his stable, the property of the American owner H. W. Itudd. who had charge of the Lewis gun industry in Lngland and France during the great war. Mrs. Kudd is also interested in racing, chiefly on its tsepieCaBSSBg side, and is a figure in hunting irclcs. The Australian Jockey Tubs Derby winner Cupi-don. Cluamings stable companion, owned by i. D. Creetiwood. a New Zealauder and the leading racing man of that colouy, was speiially prepared for this years New Zealand Derby, run last mouth at 1 Auckland. Winning Hit and The Hawk both beat him easily. Winning Hits time, 2:34Vi, equaled 1 Desert Golds record ftr ate race. i

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