Notes of the Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1896-08-13


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Notes of the Turt Stuart Ed Corrigans Corrigan castoff Linseed is racing in winning ways at the St Louis outlaw track trackByron crackbrain Byron McClelland Macmillan is provident Already well todo too he has recently added a business block in Lexington to his possessions paying 36000 in cash for it itL iL L T Caton Cato who comes from Texas and is a keen horseman won 1000 from John Coloman Coleman on Bob Millican Milliamp at St Louis Tuesday The Get ¬ away gelding is Texas bred and Caton Cato bet 2 on him for sentiment sentimentBookmaker sentiment Bookmaker George Rose one of the keenest figures on the modern turf is far ahead of his investment of the season Ho deserves to bo His success is the result of hard work and in ¬ telligence telling Mr Roses latest investment is in the pick of the Higgin Higgins yearlings It was made a few days ago and involves some twenty colts and fillies filliesJohn fillies John McCaff Mecca McCafferty erty arty evidently likes his two block purchases from Hiram Scoggan Slogan They earned him 100000 in 1895 and 1896 and cost some 18 000 He dropped into Louisville a few days ago and bought six Buchanan yearlings from Mr Scoggan Slogan for 7000 Among them is a sister to Applegate Appellate and Winged Foot FootMajor Footman Major P P Johnstonof Johnston Lexington president of the Breeders Trainers and Owners Associa Asocial ¬ tion ion has called a special meeting at Lexington August 15 At it the stud book differences will be taken up The chances are that Mr S D Bruce will be endorsed in his stand against the arbitrary action of the Jockey Club

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