Notes of the Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1913-01-09


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NOTES OF THE TURF. James Osborne has been nchooliag rwme lift bead of youngsters each morning at th.- Jnarei track stall many of them are now ready for racing. Coder the sew Australiaa rale* of rachajj an apprentice 1 idol n. ay claim live pound* allowance until be has ridden ten winners, and after thai three pounds until the tet in ..f his apprenticeship expii -These allowance* go in anj race of less value than si .".iMi. in America apprentice alhnwance 1- recog nize.l nnlj 111 selling event-, bur tb.-v have in. selltnj; race* in Australia , i New Zealand. It is a tare thine; for s. veil day- to SajBB wilhoiit any registered raciag in Melbourne, but tbta week ba* be.11 .1 blank and the next meeting will not begin imiil Wednesdaj ai Bendlgo. in Knglaml lal racing i- discontinue*] on the la-t Saturday in November ami m-t resumed until the end of Man h Iii.- interval I* devoted n jumping, which, in the old country, is considered qnlte .1 distinct branch o racing. We eel m such interval in Australia. Ravins eoew on all the year round and there 1- n» distinction between Hat racing ami JSJmpiag. The two -port- are mixed up with n-. and the week off we an- now basing is in.l 1 a rare occurrence.- Mel I- ii in-- A 11-1 1 ala-iaii.

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