Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-07


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Kay Spence won the suit brought by W. V. Thraves seeking :: receiversbip for the horse Granite Ware, the judge deciding that there were no grounds fer a receivership. Trainers aie already galloping their horses at Belmont Park. With a continuation of sunshine and high winds it is expected the training track will ansa be in fine condition for spring work. The Raneooas Stable has a formidable band of racers to send after the rich prizes to be offered for horses of the older division, with such an amy as Mad Hatter. lirey Lag. Cirrus. Dominique, Lord Brighton, Krewer and Thunderclap. Milton Henrys new training stable at Chantilly. Fiance, is filling up. The Ameiican ex-rider is raking over several of Cant. J. D. Cohns flat run-tiers, having recently acquired three of the Pranco-Americans lot in Stick to It. farhomiro. Sir Francis. Henry is not likely to ride much in the future. .1. B. Goihain has claimed names for three two-year-olds as follows: Joy Stick, b. f, by GnldCB Bad; Green Broom, b. f, by Broomstick Verdure, and Polly Pennant, b. f. by Pennant PaUy nihil II The latter is a half-sister to Prudery, while Green Broom is a sister to Wild-air.

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