Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1896-07-29


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NOTES OF THE TURF A well known Eastern bookmaker Sam Mul Maul ford died a few days ago at New York YorkSam York Sam Hildreth Children takes the Pinkerton Stable to Detroit H Shields will do the riding ridingBrewer ridding Brewer Schorr Scorer has cut short his sons riding career none too bright a one and sent him back to school schoolThe school The blue and orange of J B Haggin Haggling will be displayed in racing next season Matt Byrnes Byres will train the horses raced racedJockey Braddock Jockey Reiff Riff who is riding for Duke Wish ard Ward in England up to July 15 had to his credit eleven wins out of twentyeight twenty mounts mountsFrank mountebank Frank Brown has bought the 3yearold chest ¬ nut filly Teragnes Steerages by Terra Cotta or Deceiver Agnes from the Ogden Stable He will take her to Detroit with others othersPrince thespian Prince Lief Leif after all the peans pecans about his con ¬ dition edition and all else is on the shelf with a bowed tendon and Ben Brush may make a second west ¬ ern Bern trip Bill McGuigan Michigan has advised it just to win the Detroit Derby worth 4750 net Jimmy Murphy the jockey who was ruled off at Lakeside by Judge Nathanson Nathan has been re ¬ instated by that official Murphy has been engaged to ride for the Elkton Elton Stock Farm and will go to Detroit with Rogers and the stable stableThe stable The sale of tho thou late Colonel Norths North thorough ¬ breds breeds took place at Newmarket Newark on the opening day of the July meeting and the horses in train ¬ ing King brought big prices Twentyseven Twenty head sold for 24478 about 122390 an average of 453296 The highest price of the sale was 5100 guineas 25000 paid for Red Heart chestnut colt 4 by Hilarious or Cherry Ripe The Sabine Sixteen brood mares sold for 96CO guineas 48300 Ten yearlings and four stallions were also sold mak make ¬ ing King 57 head in all that sold for 38983 guineas about 194915 an average of 41938 41938The The dead Maxim stands second on the Win ¬ ning Ming Sires list of New Zealand with nine win ¬ ners nears of 3343 11s 6d to his credit Artillery the Musket horse now at Ranch del Paso got twelve winners of 1519 5s Foul Shot Barney Schreibers Schreiber MusKet stallion twelve winners of 932 12s St Lecer Leer who is a half brother to the dead King Ban heads the list again with twenty winners of 4047 11s Castor is sixth with 2040 8s and fifteen winners The Julys won but one race amounting to 156 15s Of 154 sires in this list Artillery stands twelfth while Foul Shot ranks twentysixth twenty

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