Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1910-08-13


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NOTES OF THE TURF. Walter Grater lias been granted a Jockey Club training license at Saratoga. There will be a special excursion from Montreal to Saratoga for the running of the Futurity. Officials for the Jamestown meeting are as follows: Judges. Ed Cole and F. W. Gerhardy; starter, A. H. Dade; paddock and patrol judge. Herman I*. Conkling: steward to represent the Jockey Club, Frank J. Bryan. W. K. Vanderliilts Osteite won the Prix du Coteau Of ,000, for two-year-olds, at six furlongs, at DeaavlHe, France, yesterday. The Irix Yacnwlef of ifl.KoO. for two-year-olds, distance five turnings, was won by Vvette, owned by Mason Carnes. No official time was taken in the tirst race at Saratoga Wednesday because Mars Cassidys yellow Hag did not fall. But trainer Deter Wimmer snapped his watch on Racquet and caught the Ranald horses time for three-quarters of a mile as 1:14. Secretary G. D. Wilson of the Kentucky Association already lias applications for stable room at Lexiagtoa for eighty horses now at Saratoga and has ordered Superintendent J. 1. Ross to issue a notice to the horsemen now- quartered at the track that all yearlings now there must be removed by September 5, to make room for incoming horses iu training. Several of the yearling fillies that trainer W. C. Westmoreland is shaping up for racing for F. J. Pons at Douglas Dark catch the eyes of horsemen and are generally preferred to the colts of the same age in the Florida turfmans stable. A sister to Tallahassee and King of Troy, a sister to Battle Sue and a filly out of Bessie McCarthy are a trio which ari much admired. The latter two are daughters of The Commoner and the Bessie McCarthy youngster is the fust foal of that noted mare.

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