Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1922-06-23


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: CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF , ! I Insurance — John A. Payne, General Agent, Cincinnati. — Adv. Nearly 300 horses are already stabled at t the Hamilton track awaiting the opening of t- : racing there next Monday. There were no work-outs at Dorval Thursday morning, owing to the bad condition of the track, which was covered with water. " Old Kewessa, which raced so well for W. L. Oliver, is dead. He had retired from racing J by reason of his infirmities and dropped 1 dead on a New Jersey farm recently. Bantry Pass is one of the smallest thoroughbreds " racing in this country. She is a 1 scant 14.2 hands high, but makes up In 1 gameness and speed what she lacks in size. • At the St. Cloud track, near Paris, France, ; last Monday, F. R. Hitchcocks filly Bright Waters, by Lynx Eyed — Aqua Viva, won the Prix de Dares, a selling sweepstakes for r three-year-olds. Firebrand was turned over to T. L. Pierce 5 this morning by his former trainer, J. S. • Ward. Pierce has the other Livingston-owned horses under his charge.

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