Latest Turf Gossip, Daily Racing Form, 1923-04-27


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| LATEST TURF GOSSIP H. D. "Curly" Brown stopped off at Chicago Tuesday. Jockey Johnny McTaggart made his 1923 debut Tuesday at Havre de Grace. Jockey G. Dyson, who rode for the Nevada Stock Farm Stable, is now riding at the Columbus, Ohio, meeting. Harry IX, the "western busher," won fifteen races at the Tijuana meeting. Abadane was next to him, with twelve victories. Walter Andress. former jockey, who was slain by Joseph K. Redmond at latonia Sunday, formerly rode for Gallaher Bros. C. B. Irwin, the Cheyenne, Wyo.. turfman, saddled 111 winners at the recent Tijuana, meeting. This stable will be shipped to Omaha. From January 1 to and including the racing of April 22, the Tijuana Jockey Club distributed 74,850. In this distribution 299 owners shared, 800 races were decided and 581 horses placed. The percentage of winning favorites was .41. Buster Keaton. two-year-old chestnut colt, by Atheling II. — Dora I., which won all of the stakes fashioned for horses of his age at Tijuana last winter, has been nominated for all of the juvenile stakes for which he is eligible to be run on the Kentucky circuit this season. Most of the J. W. Marchbank horses probably will be shipped to Reno. There was some talk that the California breeder would campaign his two-year-old runners in the East this summer, but Marchbank, who has been looking after his stock at Tijuana, said he would not go to Kentucky. "As business will keep me on the coast this summer." said Marchbank, "I would feel lost without my horses."

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