Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1922-04-21


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| i ♦ CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF A trio of two-year-olds en route from the Blackford ranch at Denison, Tex., arrived at Louisville yesterday. Williams Brothers have taken first call on the services of jockey Bertram Seheffel for the Lexington meeting. Seheffel is under contract to W. F. Knebelkamp, "Skeets" Martin, the American jockey, is to do a good deal of riding in Germany this year and is even to go into the new sport of riding trotters in some of the German harness stakes. Jockey Frank ONeill, the American, who has been the foremost rider in France for a number of years, is once again off to a comfortable lead among the jockeys on the French turf this year. Jerry Welsh has the J. E. Widener horses which are raxing in France in superb condition. Much is expected of Saint Panoras, a brother to Pendennis, which was bred at Mr. Wideners French stud. Monday, March 20, at Auteuil the American rider, E. Haynes, won another race on a 33 to 1 chance, and his compatriot. Crump, won the first race. Both were brought over by Eugene Leigh recently and are doing welL

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