Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1896-12-02


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NOTES OF THE TURF TURFJudge Turpitude Judge Burke says anything over ninetyfive ninety pounds stops Sugar Foot but with light weight up the Buckmaster Bushmaster gelding is hard to catch in any mans country Breeder and Sportsman Ask Judge Burke about Sugar Foot and the mud Such a proscription may be of valne vane to form players and students of equine individ individual ¬ uality duality ualityThere aglitter There is some shabby talk about August Bel Belo mont and Jockey Griffins contract going the rounds Shame August Bolmont Belmont may make mistakes Eveiyitem of humanity does But ho doesnt doesn't make the same mistake twice and if Mr Belmont has any contract for any amount with any man on earth it will bo fulfilled in a highclass highlands way

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