Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1908-04-26


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NOTES OF THE TURF MI A Dodge owner of A Muskoday Is seriously ill at his home in Oakland Cal CalCharles Charles San ford is having Blondy schooled at tho barrier daily with the hope that the horse will be cured of liis bad manners mannersP P Knebelkamp has obtained the contract ou jockev J Howard the Texas boy who was among She riders at New Orleans OrleansBenny Benny Vincent says that the twoyearolds at Churchill Downs and Douglas Park are the best lie has seen in a long time timeJohn John Boden lias named a twoyearold by Master man Mr Percy in honor of W C Percy the framer of the present racing law lawPhil Phil Beilly plans to go to New York soon to buy horses to race on the Pacific coast next winter His string has been reduced to one horse Albion II IIJumps Jumps Combs thinks that he can win the Gentlemens Cup race at Churchill Downs May 23 with Waswlft the nineyearold chestnut horse by Wawrkus Noll Swift if lie can get a rider riderAll All of the horses trained by Prank Weir are in splendid condition just now and tiie public evi ¬ dently realizes the fact by Hie way each starter from this barn is supported New York Sun SunT T Robinson the jockey who retired a year or more ago because of increasing weight is said to be busily at work training to get back in the sad ¬ dle He now tips the scales at 112 pounds but hopes to make 105 by the opening of the Louisville iiootiug iiootiugA A W Penin of Virginia 111 will race tho fol ¬ lowing horses at Churchill Downs Daisy Long Nlta K Lady Ruby Walter Gum and Ramsy Ramsy is entered in lie Bashford Manor Stakes and Walter Gum will be started in the Louisville Handicap HandicapSliicn Sliicn Hie Latouia Racing Association won its suit preventing the city from extending its streets through the course persons who fought tho associa ¬ tion claim that there was no intention to cut through the grounds but that It was planned to allow the Louisville Nashville Railroad to build shops on the site siteThe The broodmares Galena and Lady Berkeley re ¬ cently died at the Brookdale Farm Barrie Galena was an Imported mare by Limestone Mailrilcna and was the dam of Flying Bess and Lady Berkulev The hitter produced Cointown II by Courtown the Dvineut colt that is figured on having a good chance to win tho Kings Plate this year

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