Gossip Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1898-03-18


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GOSSIP OF THE TURF TURFEntries Turpentine Entries to the races of the Ontario Jockey Club have come in remarkably well and the spring meeting which opens on May 21 promises to be an excellent one oneThere nether There are thirty entries in the Queens Plate as far as numbers go but of better quality than any in the history of the club The fact that J E Seagram has won the race for seven years without a break seems to frighten nobody Mr Seagram has five entries this year and William Hendrio Hendrix has three threeEight streetlight Eight owners enter fortythree forty between them in the Stanley Produce Stakes for 1S01 fourteen of which are from Mr Seagrams Seagram stud and twelve from Mr Hendries Henries HendriesThe Henries The spring meeting at Toronto lasts seven days and is usually attended by many visitors from United States Alfred S Post of New York will officiate as judge a position lie has held ever since 1891 Morning Telegraph Owners at New Orleans whose horses had won over 2000 up to Monday were J W Schorr Scorer Son 9270 Bennington Kensington Gardner 6121 Ben ¬ son Arthur Co 4084 E S Gardner Son 3680 J H Smith 3304 F Reagan Co 3124 W A Porter 2972 Mrs W W Lyles Lyle 2930 P Tomlinson Tompkins Co S2905 T A Magee 2670 Thomas Hums 2564 Foster Bros Brows 2402 Clint De Witt Witty 2380 G C Ben ¬ nett net 2265 W Jordan Co 2253 W T Woodard Woodward 2243 G B Morris 2218 W E Fielding 2169 John Brenock Redneck 2165 C T Patterson 2030 The New Orleans jockey record stood at the end of racing last Saturday as follows Jockeys First Second Third JockeysTBurns Jockeys TBurns Burns A Barrett Barrette C Combs Dupee Dupe Aker Baker Songer Sponger CCiay CIA C Thompson N Turner Southard Southward Scherrer Sherrie Caywood Cawed Gilmore Hirsch Beauchamp Beach L Smith

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