Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1910-06-30


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* the h ti ii al m - i al Jj ji ,, B i. |, ,, ., J „ |j of ,, ,, ,, , J | B . on , ,! v ■ j i I r ■ , , t * I i t » NOTES OF THE TURF. . ■ Starry Herrmann is now the only horse on the La-laajla schooling list. Jockey Scoville will go cast from Latonia with Bradley stable Sunday. J. 0l Holiier. formerly trainer for F. J. Pons, has reached Latonia from Jacksonville. It is lew stated that there will lie no race inc. t-■aj at OutTeriii Park. Toronto, until Scptcinlier. Ceorge r. Benti.lts Low.cii will b - taken east by trainer t lilt" Hammou of the E. R. Bradley string. S«-arlet limp.riiel vtiII Ik- a starter in the Clucia nali Tiophj Saturday, having recovered from his skin troubles. The Priv Creuiornc run at Le Tremblay. in France, yesterday, was won by W. K. Vanderbilts .inllauine 11. K. 1. Weil will train Clysmic Water during the summer on the speedways of Chicago for fall racing Louis ilie. Howard Shean shows no ill effects from lx-ing struck by liuhtning at Latonia reccutly. After having Ih-cii partially paralysed for an hour or so, tic horse quickly recovered. on looks Round the World is not much. She is undersized and d.»cs not possess racy lines. But she can fairly tly over the ground ami is easily the best lillyof ii.r age in training. W. o. .loplin will go east from Latonia Sunday for the Empire City meeting. His horses will he out in Kentucky for the summer and he is planning a campaign at Tampa for next winter. ti. M. O.lom and his backer. William de mucous, have t tit ill been tring to buy from Frank 8. II" gaaj a carling brother to Follie Lew that Mr. H -gau purchased at the Sheepshea.l Bay sltles for ."»0. Clarence H. Maekays mares Correction aud tiuii-lire. which were receiitlv sent to Harry Payne Whit Beys l.rookdale farm to be bred, were not. after all. mated with Br.M.insii.k. Correction was mated with I.iir.iiiaster ami iuntirc with Hamburg. A. 1». Worlex. who scored with Oriflauib at Li-Ionia Tuesdav. is well r.-nienibercil by the old guard race goers*, and pulled down many purses with Death and other horses. II. Robinson, who was part owner of the horse Heath, has retired from the turf and is now ranching in Texas. l.othari.. is taking slow work at Sheepshead Bay, and is apparently preparing for the Lawrence Realization Stakes, to be run on the Fourth of July. Lithirio was highly tried last year, but he has ne.r recovered from the effects of a distemper which prostrated him in May. 1!M 9. Trainer Ale Taylor met an enthusiastic reception his return to his home in Mantoii after his success in the Kpsoin Derby and Oaks. The horse was taken from his carriage aud he was drawn to his house bv those connected with the stables, who had turned out in great force to meet him. , Manager Matt .1. Winn has announced that thc.-e will Ik- a new automobile entrance to the Knipue Citv track from Jerome aveiiue. cutting through the enlarged paddock in the rear of the clubhouse an.l that a new building for the jockeys will be ready when the meeting opens next Tuesday. C S. Wilson writes from Salt Lake City that jockcv J. Wilson, wh-ise contract he holds, lias failed t report to him at Salt Lake V. S. Skinner, who is presiding at the Salt Lake meeting, has sent out notice that the boy should not he permitted to ride except with the consent of his euiphiyer. t East lslev. Eng.. recently. W. A. McKie. a trainer was sentenced to two mouths" imprisonment for killing a two year old Sainfoin colt, he having shot the horse in its box alter a dispute with Mr 1. Hammond. McKhs defense was that the iiorse partly iM-longed to him and that he could do what he liked with it. The death of King Edward occurred at an hour that caused a hurried postponement of the South Australian J.skev Clubs Adelaide flip meeting. By the time the in-ws arrived most of the jockeys rid ing in the initial .vent were weighed out. the totalizer had ben opened and tickets issued, and over 4.IHKI people were in attendance The meeting was postponed for three weeks.

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