Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1908-02-21


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NOTES OF THE TURF. H. T. Griffin lias sold the three-year-old chestnut colt, Byron, to Vie Hughes at private sale. Another public hearing on the Agnew-Hart bill 1 will be held in the chamber of the assembly in the capitol building at Albauy March 4. Eight -hundred and ninety shares of stock of the City Park Jockey Club voted in favor of returning to the old system of booths and slates at that track for the rest of the winter season with 210 shares opposed to the change. Starter Cassidy lias notified the City Park Jockey Club that he will not officiate at the next meeting at its track at he close of the next session at tin-Fair Grounds. March 14 he will leave for New York and A. B. Dade will take his place. John Miller has shipped seven two-year-olds, belonging to Peter Wimmer, J. D. Odom and P. J. Dwyer, from Lexington to New York. The best one in the lot is Rutledge, a chestnut colt by Orlando — Miss Hawkins, which will carry the Dwyer colors this season.

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