Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1922-08-16


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF M. F. Williams has purchased the filly My Rose, racing at Delorimier Parle Captain Bob also changed ownership, J. V. Murphy securing him from J. Whyte. W. H. McLachlan, one of the leading Australian jockeys, had his first winning mount in England July 18, when he rode Lady Shimmer to victory at Leicester. F. Anderson, whose riding weight is about 98 pounds, has arrived in England from the United States in search of mounts. His 1921 record here was nothing startling. E. E. Major, R. Warfield, R. Padgett and A. Dunlap are among the owners at Delorimier Park who intend racing at the coming Connaught Park meeting at Ottawa. Thoroughbred racing will be held in connection with the fairs at Savannah, Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla. The Savannah dates are from October 23 to 28 and Jacksonville from November 17 to 25. There will be five races daily. Kinlark, the horse which was given to the Prince of Wales when he visited Australia, is to be put in training for the next jumping season, according to London reports. Kinlark is a ten-year-old brown gelding by Kin-cumber Woodchat. Moray and Kempton Cannon, sons of Tom Cannon, who was mentioned often in the Hon. George Lambtons recent series of articles in Daily Racing Form, are planning to apply to the. English Jockey Club for licenses to act as starters. While running about loose in the infield at Delorimier Park Thursday morning J. Hoskins filly Pepper Tea was jumped upon and badly cut down. She will be on the shelf for some time. The three-year-old Forge Ahead was also severely kicked while playing in the infield and rendered lame.

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