Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1922-07-13


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Samuel Willetts Nantokah has been fired and blistered. She will be turned out until next year. The Oak Ridge Stable has sold to J. Bycrs the yearling filly Split Ticket, by Voter Maiden Hair, by Trap Rock. The Salubria Stables Ilea is reported to be galloping soundly at Saratoga and will be ready for racing at the Spa. W. T. Delihant, the Chicago turfman, is contemplating taking his recent purchases. May Bee and Lendonia, to Cleveland and race them at Maple Heights. It is said that the newly organized Pacific Cf.ast Jockey Club will tender the position of racing secretary to Robert Lcighton, who of late years has made his home in British Columbia, where he is one of the racing stewards at Brighouse Park and Hastings Park. I 5 . 1 : f f - - .

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