Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1922-12-02


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF C Dishmon, the colored jockey, is riding at New Orleans. S. M. Henderson, whose horses are wintering at Churchill Downs, is on a hunting trip in the southwestern part of Kentucky. J. H. Rosseter and G. W. "Wingfield ar among the recent new members of the Pacific Coast Jockey Club, according to late reports from Frisco. William H. Shelley, the efficient racing secretary of all the Kentucky tracks, plans to spend several weeks in Cuba, leaving Louisville for Havana about December 15. In the H. S. Brown string at New Orleans are two exceptionally fast yearlings, one by Delhi Grace Cunard, the other by The Curragh Tuscaloosa, of which great things are expected in the two-year-old racing at the Pair Grounds after January L The horses comprising the stable of E. B, Bradley at New Orleans are Brunell, Best Pal, Bedazzle, Beach Beauty, Blue Rose, Boy from Home, Be More Careful, Bit o Black, Banker Brown, Gentleman Jouett and sis good looking yearlings, which were bred on the Bradley farm in Kentucky.

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