Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1908-10-04


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c: he an , " t g o F n t o of ; !j J 1 s I i , , ; i NOTES OF THE TURF. 7 Judge C. II. Pettinglll of the Jockey Club is on ; crutches these days with a badly injured foot. Jockey 0. Koerner lias gone to Los Angeles, where expects to ride for S. C. Hildreth during the winter. S Old Dolly Spanker has become as whimsical ai actress and entirely unreliable as a race horse. He has raced eight times this season with but one minor win and earned but S0. Jockey II. Smith, who has been under suspension for more, than a year, married recently a St. LOuis SI girl at Los Angejes. He will make an attempt to .r obtain reinstatement by the Pacific Jockey Club. Following a special meeting of the New England Horse Breeders Association Wednesday it was announced "by Secretary Jewett that the Readville race track will be sold under the hammer in the course 1 foreclosure proceedings. Archie Zimmer eousiders Yankee Daughter, which 7 won a race for him Thursday, the bargain of the 7 season at 00, which he paid for her. and which Charley Ellison considered finding money. It all 7 depends on the view-point. . J. F. Bartlett. the purchaser of Live Wire, in- -tends to race the colt a few times before shipping 1 to Baltimore, where his" string is quartered. Walter Condon, trainer for Mr. Uartlett. has trained successfully for many years in western and southern stables. Jockey C. Russell, who was one of the "finds" of 1 th6 Seattle meeting, lias reported for duty to O. A. , Bianchi iif California, who holds the contract on him. Russell was loaned for the summer to W. M. Caine. Bianchi has some serviceable horses and Russell will have an excellent chance to make good it Oakland. j Upon reaching the coast Enoch Wishard decided to take th6 eastern division of A. B. Spreckelp stable ; to Napa Stock Farm to recuperate from the effects f the transcontinental trip instead of unloading a! ; the Emeryville track. The entire Spreckels string will he "prepped" at the farm and shipped to the track about November 15. i Master Robert, the star three-vcar-old of the stable if Samuel Emery, will finish the season at Belmont Park. He will start there. Andy Blakeley. hi? trainer, says, in "the Municipal Handicap and Bel- nont Park Autumn Weight-for-Age race. He WilJ !e left at Gravesend for the winter and not go .vitli Blakeley and the other horses to California.

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