Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1910-12-27


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NOTES OF THE TURF Jockey Joe Kotler is to do the heavyweight riding for the stable of James It Keene next season seasonJockey Jockey Bell who is showing excellent form in the saddle at Moncrief Park was connected with the stable of H G Bedwell as an exercise boy before Hugh Penny took charge of him himAll All of the fairminded continue to boost Mon ¬ crief Park and the excellent racing that Is being given this winter The sport is being conducted on a high plane May they run at Momrief for many more seasons Jacksonville TimesUnion John Quincv Adams bouiface and horseman died at Lexington Ky Saturday night as the result of blood poisoning he having stepped on a rusty nail several weeks ago Mr Adams owned a farm at Tyrone and nntil a lew years ago maintained a stable of running horses horsesMonte Monte Preston has some idea of abandoning the turf for a ranch in Texas where he owns some 3800 acres In partnership with his brother He has pur ¬ chased 100 broodmares two jacks and a stallion and will breed mules for the southern market The Preston ranch is about eighty miles from Juarez JuarezJ J C Fletcher who is spending the holidays at his home in Toronto has been advised that his horses have won four races at tlie Tokio meeting Klncc he left Japan last month Blue Bonnets won three including the Champions Race and Woodbine otic He hopes to win the Emperors Cup next year with Blue Bonnets which qualified by her win at Tokio Only one owner a wealthy Japanese cotton manufacturer has ever been twice winner of the cup cupIn In the event that a state racing commission is created by the California legislature the southern section of the state will ask for representation on the board and will urge the appointment of Frank C Hogan a millionaire business man and sportsman of Pasadena and one of the partners in the Hender ¬ son Sc Ilogan racing firm Mr Hogan enjoys a large measure of popularity in tlie south because he is a representative type of the business mansportsman His i opularity is attested by the fact that he is president of the Tournament of Roses Association which gives the New Years Day festival of roses at Pasadena and he is being urged as a candidate for mayor of the city He comes from Kentucky but for several years he has been a resident of Pasa ¬ dena and has been prominently Identified with its business interests He is the president of the Hogan Company one of the biggest realty concerns in the south San Francisco Post

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