Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1898-01-25


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NOTES OF THE TURF Astoll Atoll by Lexington Mary Churchill died last week at the home of her owner J B Viley Vile Woodford Woodward County Kentucky She was 28 years old and it is probable that her death makes Sultana the sole surviving daughter of Lex Alex ¬ ington Kingston Astell Stella was a prolific broodmare but none of her produce achieved distinction on the track Her daughter Miss Nailer Mailer by Long follow was a very good producer however throwing Ten Penny winner of the Kentucky Oaks Caldwell Kentucky Lady and other good performers performersThe performers The book of the Rules of Racing of the Ameri America ¬ can Turf Congress which are in force on and after Jan 1 1898 has been received from Secre Sere ¬ tary tarry Hopper The book is neatly bound and contains besides the Rules of Racing the Con ¬ stitution situation and ByLaws Regulations and Betting Rules of the American Turf Congress as well as a list of the officers of the association It is a useful handbook and one that should be in the hands of everyone interested in racing racingIn racing In fining bookmakers May and Carroll 100 each for fighting in the betting ring the Stew ¬ ards bards of the New Orleans track took commend ¬ able action and in fining Carroll 50 more for offensive language to wouldbe would customers they did still better The only mistake they made in the case was in not making the latter fine 500 instead of 50 50Apparently Apparently Lieber Libber Karl Plaudit Isabey Isabel Ban nockburn nocturne Marcato Mercator Don Quixote Sir Rolla Olla and Good Friend are the pick of the public per ¬ formers that will contend for the St Louis Derby The dark division does not promise much and it is probable that the winner is in the list named namedAb named Ab Stemler Steamer meditates invading the oast Coast this spring with Fieur Femur de Lis Lisa who is entered in the big handicaps and a select stable of twoyear twofer olds which include aJDuncombo out of Electric Light and Arbaces Abbacies an own brother to Diggs Digs and Sutton SuttonBefore Stoneware Before going to New Orleans Michael F Dwyer engaged Johnny Lamley Langley to ride at light weight for him this year Poor health has kept the boy from riding much during the past two years but when in good condition he is an excellent jockey jockeyFred jockey Fred Taral Aral claims he will be able to ride as low as 109 this year and that he would rather ride the winner of a selling race in this country than the winner of a stake race in any other country countryPat counterpart Pat Dunnes Dunes good horse Captive is thought to be hopelessly broken down Ho has been priced to Charley Boots and may become a stud com ¬ panion anion to Brutus Bruits at Elmwood Stock Farm

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