Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1908-09-22


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NOTES OF THE TURF Patsy Freeman the former jockey nov a trainer In France was among the visitors at Lexington Ky last Saturday SaturdayDomino Domino Ferrier who made quite a reputation rid ¬ ing in tho Hawaiian Islands will apply for a license to ride on the California tracks tracksJohn John E Madden says that he will start with Sir Martin Fayette Lady Bedford and others to Bug land some time near the end of October OctoberThere There ought to be some records broken at Doug ¬ las Park this fall as the track has been resoiled and secretary Lyman Davis is willing to bet that there will be neiw marks hung tip for all distances distancesThreo Threo yearling colts the LissakEmpyreal Little Saint Lava and the Short Hose Aileen were de ¬ stroyed by fire In a barn at the Kentucky Rookwood Stud last Monday They were owned by E L Davis DavisIf If Thistledale stands np it Is believed he will bo hard to beat in the Champion Steeplechase at Bel ¬ mont Park next month The old horse is as courage ¬ ous as a lion in contest weight doesnt stop him and he jumps more cleverly with years yearsOf Of the Seattle ofliclals Presiding Judge Ed Hopper is taking a rest at his home In Hustonvllle Kv before going to California for the long meeting at Oakland Martin Nathanson Is in Chicago and will go east In the interest of the New California Jockey Club before returning to the coast coastII II Stanhope of SLexington Ky is in receipt of a letter from William Allison informing him that tht yearling colt by Watercress Marechal Nell sold in England recently for 1500 was bought by Mr Bygone and that he is daily expecting a buyer from Ireland for Marechal Nell at 4000 her reserve price CrokerPhil The buyer may be Richard Croker Phil Dwyers old Rod Friar Is as bad a rogue as the race track ever saw He is simply sour and will not try In last Fridays fifth race he had been well supported and was expected to perform credit ¬ ably but at the end of a furlong he simply stofiped ami refused to run any more Gilbert his rider used the whip freely but the horse responded lir kicking bis heels liigh in the air and the boy finally save up

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