Current Notes Of The Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1922-06-15


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Insurance John A Payne General Agent Cincinnati Adv AdvThe The sixyearold gelding Gold Stone died at Cleveland recently from blood pojsoning pojsoningE E E Major disposed of Mary Jane Baker to G Stewart at a private sale and she ran in Mr Stewarts colors and interests In the last race Tuesday at Dufferin Park ParkFred Fred Burlew reported that Irish Brigadier was recovering from the injury he had re ¬ ceived when he was kicked the last time he raced For a time he feared tho Injury might result seriously but he said today that to his surprise It was healing nicely already alreadySundays Sundays storm in New York did consid ¬ erable damage at the Aqueduct course all of the starting stands being blown down and the glass in the windows of the grand ¬ stand shattered The roofs over the stables occupied by the C A Stoneham and R O Miller horses were blown off offH H B Larvey reports that his good sprinter Fort Churchill pulled up quite lame after his race Monday at Dufferin Park Mr Larvey will ship to Dorval at the conclu ¬ sion of the Dufferin meeting as will J Whatley with his six horses and H Paino with three the property of J A Burger

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