Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1908-08-16


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NOTES OF THE TURF It Js said that part of the Brighton Bench purses voii at the recent meeting are still unpaid unpaidHurt Hurt Dcrnhams Norfolk Va meeting will prob ¬ ably continue thirty days and is to begin September SeptemberWe We are told in the usual slap dash way by the miiil slap dash tellers Unit the Saratoga meeting ost the Saratoga Association 70000 48000 and 0000 0000In In five seasons of racing Mr J E Seagrams horse Inferno has been unplaced but eight times in twentyseven races which netted his owner some 20001 Inferno lias not run outside the money jntwo years yearsThe The Russian horse Hammurabi whose visit to Kngland was not as successful as had been antici ¬ pated has concluded his turf career and bus been purchased by the Russian government for the Im ¬ perial Stnd Djerkul DjerkulThe The best English accounts are to hand as to the wellbeing of Siguorinetta who is going on as sat ¬ isfactorily as possible in her St Leger preparation and lias been going very well in her recent gallops when ridden by Bullock BullockJames James Rowe is said to be pointing the Suburban winner Ballot for the Empire City Handicap which will pay close to 15000 to the winner Ballot and Jack Atkin are only five pounds apart in Mr Yosburghs weight scheme schemeA A French record was established by M Edmond Blanc when in 1904 he was returned in the Cbro nique du Turf as the winner of 32C 5 but that record will be somewhat imperiled before the end of the season by the stable of Mr W 1C Vandcr bilt who up to the present time has 217400 to his credit creditThere There has been a rumor going the rounds that Garry Herrmann Julius Fleischmann and several other Cincinnatians were getting up a purse to buy out L A Cellas stock in the Latonia track All parties denied the story excepting General Manager Harvey Myers who is not at home and could not be consulted about the story Cincinnati Enquirer That storm center Dominlck OMalley has been stirring up the lintte Mont olliclals over a claim that tbe twoyearold filly Lukeramus by Luke Ward Ignoramus is really a threeyearold They have correctly decided against him The filly is Texan bred was foaled January 9 1900 and is of extra large size Her present owner J M Stokes bought her In Texas TexasThere There can be little doubt that Bayardo is the best twoyearold we have seen out and anyone who lias a better in reserve may be accounted lucky indeed Already there is much anxiety on the part of jock ¬ eys to hate the mount on him for next years Derby and doubtless Mr Thursby would give any ¬ thing to thus have the means of achieving the object of his laudable ambition but it is a far cry yet to the Derby of 1909 and many things will happen before then London Sportsman

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