Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-21


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. . ; i ■ -— — ■ — — ♦ CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Jockey M. I.iixtou is at Jamaica. He will ride this year for his brother Clarence and free lance in Mutvland. New York and wherever his services are sought. Jockey Lawrence l.vke has arrived in New York from Hot Springs and reported to trainer Scott Harlaa f he Qreeatiee stable, for which he is to ride this year. Tiie English jumping races this winter are occasionally drawing siieh huge fields that the National Hunt slew. irds are considering the use of the starting gale for the races under their control. Kemplon Park, a suburban race course to London. finely appelated and liberally managed, is perhaps tie heat earning establishment ill England. Its S." shares wherever marketed are worth about 10. The English turf sharps for no aaeaneal reason and notwithstanding the fail lhat Marshall Fields great filly Golden Corn has grown finely and is training well, raise the question about her ability to stay. The Australian handicap crick David, native bred. by Barents* k. by HaJater, front Linotype, by l.inacie. which was sold recently for .V-tP.lKMt. Cost 10 as a yearling ami has run fifty-four times to win S4M.O0O in two seasons and a half. He goes from Sydney, N S Y.. to Melbourne. Victoria. M succeed tl.e champion Eurythmic in N. FulkinerB powerful stable.

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