Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1910-02-04


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NOTES OF THE TURF George Morgan an oldtime jockey is critically ill in New York YorkTommy Tommy Burns has made application for a jockey license with the Jockey Chili at New York YorkWinnie Winnie OConnor suffered a dislocated shoulder by being thrown in a jumping race at Nice recently recentlyHoseben Hoseben is in the best of health at Genesee N Y where he is being regularly ridden by Miss Wads worth daughter of James W Wadswortu state racing commissioner commissionerW W L Oliver of Lord Badge fame has just re turnid from Scotland where be spent last year He limy handle some horses for Dr J S Tyrce of Wash ¬ ington the coming season seasonAn An English turf writer says that because there is so much interest in the origin of the name of Neil Gow Lord Rosebervs Derby candidate lie has ascertained that the colt is named after a Scotch violinist violinistThe The managers of the various New York tracks had a conference yesterday on the proposed schedule of dates for the coming season of racing and ad ¬ journs to meet again today when decisive action probably will be forthcoming forthcomingJacob Jacob Pincus who trained Pierre Loriilards Iro qiiois for his English Derby victory and who also trained James H Kecnes Voter during his Knglish campaign is an inmate of a New York hospital He is suffering from a complication of ailments ailmentsJohn John Madden has insured Fitz Herbert for 40000 This horse will remain in Frank Taylors care teni itorarllv at least S C IIHdroth says h does nor consider Fitz Herbert loo heavily weighted in the M spring handicaps and he is convinced that there isnot a horse in America that can beat him when he Is himself himselfHart Hart Dernham Is working among the horsemen at Tampa 1 the Interest of the proposed meeting at ivnsicola and has received assurances that many of tin horses racing there will be shipped to Pcnsacolt if tin meeting materializes March 21 is naniid jm the probable oMning date The Tampa meeting Is scheduled to close March 21 Mr Dernham wil act as racing secretary of the meeting at Peusacola If it materializes

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