Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1908-06-30


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NOTES OF THE TURF The injury Xorman III received In the Epsom Derby will lay him by the heels for some time to come comeJ J Marsh an English trainer has taken the place of R Figes as starter for the tracks under the French Jockey Club ClubAfter After the finish of the Great Trial Stakes Paul J Ramey offered John Madden 40000 for Fayette Madden declined the offer offerAfter After the Beacon Steeplechase John M P the Jo ¬ seph iE Wldener starter pulled up very lame It was thought after a supcrlicial examination that he would have to be rested and doctored for the ailment ailmentOne One of the advertised stars of the Butte meeting Is old W B Gates which has won 100 races The latter statement is not true and instead of be ¬ ing starred the old horse should be retired to an extra good and green pasture pastureThe The Scotch threeyearold Raeberry is having much success in England He Is owned by the Duke of Montrose a son of the late famous Caro ¬ line Duchess of Montrose who after tlie fourth dukes death married Mr Crawford and for many years played a prominent part on the turf racing us Mr Manton MantonEmperor Emperor William Barney Schrelbers muchhoped from twoyearold ran unplaced in his first essay at Lutonia a day or two ago but will do better The Enquirer said of him lie certainly looks the part of a great racer He was too high in llesh however On looks lie was a 1 to 10 shot and be will cer ¬ tainly be heard from when he gets east eastAfter After Fair Piny ran his remarkable race in the Coney Island Jockey Club Stakes A J Joyner sent a cable to August Belmont his owner telling of his success lie also informed the chairman of the Jockcv Club that the colt had come out of tho race in good shape and should be right and ready for the running of the Lawrence Realization RealizationAs As an instance of how the handbook Industry is nourishing there is one street corner community in New York which for years has been catered lo bv one man making a book for them His sinecure has been invaded by just four aggressive handbook men since June 11 and more to come as the field is a good one easy to handle and exceedingly dltlienlt from whlcu to obtain evidence Sports of the Times

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