Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-23


view raw text

1 1 t 1 1 CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Frank E.. owned by Frank Ernest, picked up a nail while galloping at Douglas Park and is out of training temporarily. Hal Price lleadly has booked the mares Melisa, Anna II. iv and Niobe to Tnnilheek and Maggie iiiim e. Cheri. lah and Little Tec to Von Tromp. H. II. Hewitt has sold the four year-old chest- net colt Rial M. -Doiigal. by Trap Rock— Run of I u- k. hy Wagnet. to the Remount Service of the United stales govenuaeat. The once good continental jockey and trainer John Claydon, who rode for the Cuunington and Michel Euphiassi via hies in France and for Count in Russia, recent ly died iu England. Tlie Irish stable hands won their wages battle with tin- owners and trainers and weekly wages stay as they were, •*!•. without lioard, and .7.0 with living, and 8jtt lor each winner cared for iu addition. Samuel D. Riddle has recently purchased the ch,- Hint mare Toiiniha w I., ten year okl. by Mo hawk II. Retaliation, hj laidBal She has been 1 ■ shipped to the Haylands Stud and will be bred to Alan o* War. Jockey W. neinisch h?.s reported to the Riviera Stable at Jamaica. Former jockey Pred Taral is trainer of this establishment and has been working the horses daily. All he Riviera Stable Borses are two year-olds except Lally and Occidents. The French flat racing season opened at St. Cloud last week. Six races were run. Frank ONeill rode two of the winners. J. Winkfield, the colored American rider, was up on one. and Walter. Miller had a mount iu the first race but it was unplaced. Jockey Fred Merimee has returned from Havana and is affiliated with the stable of Joe Thomas, which wintered at Churchill Downs. This establishment has seven members, four of Which are two-year-olds. It will lie sent on a Canadian invasion the early part of May. Jockeys of French racing establishments who spent the off season far afield are beginning to drift back now that the flat racing season there is once more under way. !. Rellhouse. who spent the winter in India, is among the recent arrival* in Paris. .lock is Sharjie and Woodland, wlio r««ie in Egypt dining the uinlci, hac alo returned lo France.

Persistent Link:
Local Identifier: drf1922032301_3_2
Library of Congress Record: