Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1896-07-30


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NOTES OF THE TURF Realization a fast selling plater platter was shot a few days ago at San Francisco FranciscoHenry Francisco Henry of Navarre Navarro is doing well and will race for the Blemton Benton Stable this fall fallJockey fallback Jockey Snedeker Seeker has signed to ride the re ¬ mainder minder of the year for John Huffman HuffmanNick Huffman Nick Finzer Finer of the Pastime Stable died hero Saturday after an operation for appendicites appendicitis Lissak Lisa is among the horses taking steady work at Lakeside The great colt is going as if he will train and show some of his old quality this fall fallAmong alarming Among the 1897 English Derby entries are three from August Belmont one from O H P Belmont six from Pierre Lorillard and two from Richard Croker Crocker CrokerJ Crocker J B Haggin Haggling declares that his present and future turf interests are merged with Marcus Dalys Days and that his blue and yellow will never be seen in public again againBettors agitators Bettors can lay this information up Ed Cor Cora rigans brigands brother to Despot The Batchelor Bachelor can not do his best on a track that is not fast Just now too hes hems thin and out of shape shapeJ shape J W Rogers has entered the yearling bay colt by Luke Blackburn dam Duchess by King ¬ fisher halfbrother Galbraith of Clifford in the English Derby and Grand Prize of Paris for 1898 1898System System playing rules sharply in the East and is successful this year Tabulation shows that during Coney Islands twelve days there was an average of 50 912 winning favorites as against 49 312 in 1895 1895Upon Upon the alleged truth of Moncreiths Noncredit Kinder ¬ garten garden Stake win at St Louis Mr McGuigan Michigan declares to send the colt east for the Futurity In general opinion the Kindergarten was a falsely run race raceJ race J M Murphy has added Orion by Hanover Blessing to his strong string aud Maud with Buck Massie Massive and George Rose has taken him to Sara ¬ toga for a rest to be followed by an Eastern campaign campaignM campaign M 0 J Lefevre Leered a prominent French turfman Truman died in Paris on June 26 at the age of 69 He was for many years prominent on the English turf as well as a breederand breeder turfman Truman of France He owned at one time Dutch Skater and imp Mortemer Mortimer and was the breeder of imp Rayon dOr doer and other good horses Ho suffered heavy financial losses and after 1888 retired from the turf in consequence of his financial troubles and bad health from gout to which he finally suc such ¬ cumbed crumbed He was a thorough sportsman and his retirement from the turf was much regretted regrettedMy regretted My worthy friend Mr F H Brunell Runnel in his most useful publication Daily Racing Form asks Without the turf what would the book ¬ maker be One might as well ask without the horse what would the turf be Canadian Sportsman So There are facts and fancies to a body The facts are tools the fancies gew grew ¬ gaws gawks The horse is a turf necessity and a fundamental The bookmaker isnt isn't There are betting methods and betting methods The plays the thing and the method a side issue What next nextW next W P Maxwell Barney Schreibers Schreiber Wood ¬ lands superintendent a veteran who has owned and raced many good horses of which Cham Chan ¬ pagne pane Charlie was one of the fastest and a careful man in turf ways has a starting ma ¬ chine in the market It is a tried success at Latonia Antonia Jack Chinn Chin thinks that it is all right There is nothing about the Maxwell appliance to got out of order No fixed posts are required for it as its uprights are nothing more than ordinary gas pipe each resting on a broad base Thus track shadows are avoided It can be set up at any desired point and when in position the uprights are rendered firmly stationary by means of guy ropes The principle of the con ¬ trivance tarriance appears to bo exactly the same as that of the Gray machine the barrier in each being carried away from the horses UD an inclined plane instead of swinging on arms out and above the horses The entire apparatus weighs only 185 pounds and thus is easily movable

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