Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1922-01-30


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Major Tom McDowell of Ashland Farm. Kentucky, and his partner W. C. Goodloe. now own a half interest with Pat Dunne in the English Swynford Startling, hy Ijiveno l:or-e. Inde;- Fire, which raced so well for Daasse. Inder Fires first crop showed unusual promise. Australia is stiil keen altolit the acquisition of Kngli-b racing failures of good blood line-. Itizzi... by Cicero. Derby winner, from Signorinetta, which won both Derby and Oak-, has been bought by H. Alan Cnrrie of Melbourne. Victoria. Itizzie promised greatly, was a good two-year-old in 191S and then failed in racing. Corn Cockle, by St. Frttsquiu. the dam of Marshall Fields Colden Corn, the Kaiicocas horse Corn TaaaeJ aad Lord Manlons fine distance mare and winner of the 1921 Oaks, I»ve in Idleness, in Kug-land. are half brothers ami sisters. Cornfield, their dam. by I-ingla-s. is in Sir Gilbert Creeiialts Irish Stud and is eighteen years old.

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