Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1908-03-21


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NOTES OF THE TURF. Dr. J. S. Tyree. the Washington chemist, has based his two-year old filly Cheek, by Hawkswick — Dimple, to Samuel Ross, who will" start her in the Dinner Stakes. The Spokane Interstate Pair Association "will hold I si-d.iv meeting this year, beginning October 5. Manager Crosgrove announces that over ,000 a day will be distributed ill purses. The four-year-old chestnut colt .Toe Miller, by Mirthful — Clio, which broke low 11 when a two-year-old while racing in the colors of Thomas Hitchcock. Jr.. and did not race last year, has broken down ■gain. John E. Madden, who owns him. was training him at Bcnning for racing at that track this spring. J. B. Kespess bought- iii the Essex Park racing plant which was sold at receivers sale at Hot Springs. Ark., last Wednesday hy order of the Federal Court. Kes|«-ss bid ,100 for the property and the only opMSitkM came from local parties who would have converted the ground into a count ry club had they secured it.

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