General Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1922-02-12


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GENERAL NOTES OF THE TURF .1. .1. Anlt has been engaged to train the stable of .1. a. Dual la Trainer l,onis Imsbl baa thirty-nine liorses at the Piddle Farm at Berlia, Md. Thirteen of them belong in August Belmaat, the other twenty six being the property of V. M. Jeffords and Samuel D. Kiddle. Trainer Thomas F. Keating has been awarded damages of SToO against Howard Dots of Lexington. Ky.. by a jury at Sandwich. Out., because of the alleged unsoundness of the horse llopover. sold to Keating by Oats. The Paris Municipal Council has granted a new lease of tin- Anleuil race couise to the French BtcC adaehaaa Society. It is for fifty years and includes the perini-sion to make the alterations, proposed plans of which have beea approved. Congestion of the Supreme Court calendar makes it certain that the SltlO.IWM Playfellow suit will not be reached for retrial during the current week. It is said to be likely that the case will come up early next week, probably on Monday. It is odd to see an advertisement in the Sydney. Australia. Keferee of a Uock Sand sire in Canada. Yet it was there and of Dragoman. Belmont-bred. by Uock Sand —Donna dOra. by Kayon dOr, which is owned by the lakeside Farms of Calgary. August Belmont has booked Meddlesome II.. b. m. 11. by Meddler — Heartache, by Adieu, to Man o War. and Uock of Cold, sister to Hock View, to Omar Khayyam. Cohlen View, dam of Bock of Gold, is a sister to Fair Play and PlittergaU and half -sister to Friar Uock.

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