Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1907-11-09


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NOTES OF THE TURF. Jockey Herman Radtke is on his way to Oakland, where he will ride for J. O. and G. H. Keene this winter. Former bookmaker Jack Sheen has displaced Jerry Owens as the official pricemaker for the syndicate operating at the New Orleans mcrry-go-round. II. T. Griffin will have part of his stable at New Orleans this -winter in charge of trainer H. McCluskey, while J. Gleason will handle the horses at Arcadia. Jockeys Manders and Buchanan have arrived at Oakland from Idaho, where they have been riding at the small race meetings in that state since Spokane closed. W. OB. Macdonough has consigned three of his broodmares at Ormondalc Stud to the Fasig-Tlpton sale, which takes place during the last week of the month at Lexington, Ky. They are Sloe, May W. and Plumeria, and are to be sold without any reserve. The yearlings and older horses of the Carman stable have arrived at Oakland from New Y.ork in charge of William Kennedy. Jockey Guy Burns came along and will ride one of the seven horses eligible from the Carman stable to run in the Opening Handicap. Jockey George Stern has renewed his contract to ride as first jockey for M. Edmond Blanc in France next year. M. Maurice Ephruzzi will have second call on Stern. He has ridden upward of 110 winners this season out of about 500 mounts and is leading every other rider in France by more than sixty winners. Jockey Bellhouse is second to Stern and then come the three American riders, Cor-maek, Henry and OConnor.

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