Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-22


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, 1 . i • I 1 • 0- « CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Tne good BBOJO Kubiditun t- repotted in fine east-[ dilton at B •lining and will be ready for an early start at Bowie. Kainy weather never seriously affects the sandy going at Betining. the ooitr-e of the old Washington i Jockey Club, which has become a popular training ground for owners racing in Maryland. I»ng-priced winners on the other side tire rare and there was a great SOW! to do when Fehiuary 28, at Watcrford. Ireland. Gift Sale won the February Hurdle Plate from the favorite Bamba at odds of 100 to 1. Mike Beaiy. one of the leading jockeys of Ireland, has been engaged to ride first call this year for the Duke of Portland, and second call for Sir r William Netssa. Beary is a veteran, of nice weight 1 and a good general horseman. The bay Wrack — French F.ssex colt, sold by Mrs. | Lseriso "/tea at Saratoga to K. J. Brown. My Kever- 1 lo*S owner, for ,000. has gone blind iu both eyes * at Cravoscnd and will prolmbly be destroyed. A i law -iii I over the bale is talked uL

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