Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1922-02-13


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Alan ..• Wars first -ea-on as a s«ok horse was s j, sueeeas, eleven of the twelve mans to which he e w.i- Bred proving in foal. E. Kennedy, the eminent Irish breeder Of Tke 1 Tel rarch ami other great horses and an old man. i. had a fall in the hunting field lately and shattered d his brittle coBsrheae For the second year in ssnseaaaJan AV. I Fra-er. ■ ■ajinlllj of the Ontario Jockey Club, acted as s judge iii the wire-haired fox terrier class at the ie Terrier Specialty Show in New York yesterday. The English riders do not cotton to Americans in " racing. Some feeling in print is shown about Ceorge : Archibald being chosen to ride the horses of the ie Hither important Clarehaven stable of I. I. iMlpin " tills year E. E. Simms has returned to New York after a a trip to Texas. He stopped on hi- way hack to 0 visit hi- horse- in training at Havre de Grace, • MB., in company with his manager, James McClelland. 1 McClelland will remain at the Maryland iU track for a few day6 more. J. A. Coburu has traded to Montfort Jones the ie three vear-old hay filly Koster C.irl. by Alaintenant nt — Glgay Hill, by Avington. for the two-year-old hi eolt Patrolman, by Encle — Little Tee. by Galveston. n. Koster Girl, which has been turned out in New w Jersey, is to be shipped to Kentucky in a few days. s.

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