Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1908-07-19


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NOTES OF THE TURF A minor running meeting will take place at Springfield Ohio September 23 24 and 25 with purses aggregating 2000 2000Jpckey Jpckey Shaw Is riding with fair success in Ger ¬ many In a letter to a friend he says that he will never ride In this country again againA A halfandhalf partnership between S C Hihlreth and J E Madden In Fitz Herbert has been regis ¬ tered The colt Is to run in the name of Uildreth UildrethAugust August Belmont who has been abroad since shortly before the running of the English Derby has given his consent to the declaring off of the stakes of the Brighton Beach Racing Association AssociationThe The English turf shows some illy chosen names at times as for instance Mr B B Dobells good hlly by Pietennaritzburg Derby China which is winning stakes in England under the name of Norty Gurl GurlAnother Another of the occasional metropolitan racing idols Running Water is now written of as a jade by the more or less astute critics of the east The jade however has won about 51000 In four sea ¬ sons on the turf turfLondon London Ont Is likely to have a fall race meet ¬ ing A mile track Is to be built if the plan of the 100000 syndicate goes through and a thirty day meeting Is to follow This Is a reasonable pro ¬ ject and likely to last lastHerman Herman Brandt has added Eschau to his stable which goes to Saratoga at once The son of Orna ¬ ment and Gurgle was acquired from the Montpeller Stable lor 1000 In the Brandt stable nowadays are only this fellow Jack Atkin and Harrigan HarriganAn An oldtime Chicago favorite The Don has been rejuvenated to such an extent that he as running well at Butte and won n muchpraised race last Tuesday Another revival there Is Harry Stovers old stallion Kenllwortb which won at liveeighths last Monday MondayThe The Federal grand jury at Washington has de ¬ rided the evidence against telegraph operator Julius Timberlake who was accused of altering a telegram from Congressman Fassett to State Senator Cassldy at Albany when the HartAgnew bills were on pass ¬ age is not sufficient to warrant an Indictment IndictmentAs As Dave Johnson has started Tnmplco in several steeplechases it is said that he will send Hose ben over the jumps after this year Roseben In the estimation of crosscountry experts would de ¬ velop Into a great timbertopper The Big Train will resume racing in sprint events at Saratoga SaratogaRichard Richard Crokcr has received 7500 and an apology from the Manchester Sporting Chronicle which he had sued for libel owing to a statement by its New York correspondent that he had been associated with the old poolrooms in their fight with the Brook ¬ lyn Jockey Club The apology declares among other things that Mr Croker is the soundest and most honorable supporter of the turf turfAn An English paper recalls the famous Cornish race meeting when an unscrupulous swindler coolly advertised entries etc thus inducing the hand ¬ book men to offer prices and then backed his se ¬ lections at starting prices published in the Sportsman nest day The results actually appeared in that paper although no such meeting was held and It was the most cleverly vamped up fraud of the decade The Corrigan horses ajre still at Latonia in care of trainer June Collins and Tommy McGee the latter being the manager of the outfit McGee has disposed of the following horses since Latonia shut down Anna Day Ralbert Miss Promise Kale Picket Kargut and Hilly Stan Sixteen have been gelled including Tom Smytae the halfbrother to Golden Rule Six others have been fired Cincin ¬ nati Enquirer EnquirerThe The first notice of the declaring off of stakes by the Brighton Beach Racing Association gave the names of only sixteen events giving the inference the seven others that had closed would be run off But a further notice has been Issued that six of these the Venus Queens Neptune Iroquols Bright ¬ on Junior Stakes and the Brighton Derby are also declared off This leaves only the Produce Stakes undeclared Notice of Its abrogation will probably pupear later on

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