Current Notes Of The Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1922-06-03


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Youns Lord Manton the late English turfj mans Joseph Watsons succeeding son will not race any of his fathers horses for some four or five years but will keep up the ilanton stud and retain the brood mares and j its sire Lemonora second in the 1921 Epsom Derby DerbyThirteen I Thirteen of the John Sanford yearlings bred in Prance are on the Atlantic now headed for this country In the shipment I jis a halfbrother to Snob II being a son oj Rabelais and May Dora On their arrival they will at once be shipped to the Sanford farm at Amsterdam N Y YAnother Another example of the present British drift toward the Billyhasatoothloose system of horse nomenclature is the Duke of Westminsters name for his fair son of Bethlehem and Blundella Erehwemos which stood on its alphabetical head reads Somewhere Evidently bad judgment is not on mortgage to the poorer classes

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