Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1907-06-28


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NOTES OF THE TURK. William Gersts Stoneman struck himself while being galloped at Latonia a day . or two ago. Sam Louis has gone to Denver with his halter, lie has started a lively bidding game at Overland Hark. G. W. Clarke is under suspension pending the investigation of the running of Boy Thompson and Vlrgie T. Lattice. Fred Cooks two-year-old, has been sick at La ton in. but the veterinary says she is bow out of dango" Jock -gast will ride tio more. His left leg In nutated as a result of his fall at New week. Fred i. ,as taken a contract on Willie GJos, an eighty-pound boy, who has been riding at the half-mile tracks In New Orleans. . At the Auteuil summer meeting iu France, June M, jockey Iarfrenient rode the winners of the first four races two steeplechases and two over hurdles. He did not ride In the other two races. "It only needed to bring Slicve Gallion around Tottenham Corner on the rails to make him win the Derby," writes an English racing critic, "and I would caution all and sundry to look out for this colt if ever he is ridden by Mahor or Lyne." Mnmhnssa, by Nasturtium, which won the Surf Stakes yesterday. Is the ninth foal of The Lioness, the others being Walt and See, Lion dOr, Standing, Havward Hunter, Mainspring, Chieftain, Lionheart and Tagane. The Lioness is by Billet Vega, by War Dance, and is twenty-one years old.

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