Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1907-06-26


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NOTES OF THE TURF. W. Bloss, the former jockey, is now a dealer In coach horses. Next Monday is tiie regular meeting day for the stewards of the Western Jockey Club. The little frame building next to the paddock tit Latonla is being fitted as an emergency hospital. A. L. Kirby has purchased the two-year-old Tar-quln, by Sir Dixon My Queen, from T. P. Hayes. Jockev Vesper was knocked Into, the fence while riding Early Flower at Denver Saturday and had his left leg broken. The track at Churchill Downs is being resolled and the Inside track Is being put in shape for training purposes on bad days. "A few jockeys that deserve the name would be a welcome addition to the riding ranks at Windsor," say? a critic at Detroit, "but at present there seems little chance of any great . improvement In tills direction,,

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