Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1898-11-18


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NOTES OF THE TURF Del Sherland Shetland the jockey killed by a racing accident at Nashville Wednesday claimed Crown Point Ind Indo as his home He was quite a promising lightweight rider and had been en ¬ gaged gagged for next year by the Canadian turfman Truman J E Seagram SeagramOf Seagram Of late Charley Thorpe has done but little riding over the San Francisco tracks This is because his wife has been so extremely sick as to be considered at the point of death and the crack jockey has been her devoted caretaker and nurse nurseThe nurse The English horse The Rush which was ra ported as having been bought for an American syndicate for stud purposes is a sixyearold silverrod chestnut horse by Barcaldine Arcadian The Rush was a good racehorse his forte being staying stayingJockeys staying Jockeys Jesse Mathews and Jesse Everett will ride at New Orleans through the coming winter Everett intended going to San Francisco at one time but has reconsidered in favor of the nearer by Crescent City course coursePresident coursers President Thomas H Williams of the Cali Ali ¬ fornia Formica Jockey Club is taking a trip to New York by way of a two weeks vacation vacationHarebell vacation Harebell the dam of Maclvor Mallory and of C T Pattersons Patterson highly tried yearling colt by Lamp ¬ lighter is in foal to Hanover HanoverSir Hanover Sir Blaze was claimed by W Gardner for 450 after the first race at Nashville yesterday

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