Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1896-05-28


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NOTES OF THE TURF Henry Gerhardy Gerhard who is competent and both knows and loves Bon Brush says that at no time this year has the great colt shown the turn of speed that he had last S3ason S3asonPrince Prince Imperial has been seriously ill at Oak ¬ ley levy and Banker a Fleischman Freshman cast off trained in the same stable A G Westons Weston dropped dead in his work a few mornings ago agoMr agora Mr Dwyor Dwyer is said to have sought the second call right to Jockey Thorpes Thorps services for the Latonia Antonia and St Louis Derbies As Ramiro is on the shelf Mr Laudeman Laundryman will be likely to oblige Mr Dwyer DwyerFrom Dwyer From the headquarters ofturf oft fable Cincin Cinching ¬ nati Nat comes the story that Byron McClelland Macmillan offered to sell Caesarian a few days ago for 900 What rot The colt is one of the fastest and most consistentin consistent training goodFaustus goofiest Hes Hess worth double 900 for what he has done doneThe donate The selected Ormondo Coronado colt W O B Macdon Macedon oughs boughs Orestes Foresters is at St Louis With him from California came Ferrier Fierier San Mateo and one other twoyearold toehold belonging to Walter Hobart Orrin Orion Hickok Hick brought them over with his trotters trottersAdolph trotters Adolph Spreckels Speckles Australian mare Candid by Splendor Canary won the Spreckels Speckles Stakes of four miles at San Francisco in 724V She ran her last race that day and has gone to the farm The California eulogies over the mares performance are out of joint with the record Candid carried but 95 pounds Ten Broeck Brock ran four miles with 104 pounds up in 8J seconds less and Fellowcraft Fellow with 13 pounds more did the route in five seconds better

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