Notes of the Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1913-01-10


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NOTES OF THE TURF. Bill Finn, a t lire., year old belmiKill", to K. .1. Aii-iin. lias been gelded at Juarez. Judge C. !•. Price has recovered from the Indls-positimi thai recently kept him away from h .-duties nl the Juarez track. Prank MeCabo. who futinerly trained fur Mie Dwyers, is now associated with ffinorh Wishard in 1 1. ime and doing exceedingly well. At Niee. Prance, on Sunday last. Baron de It. uli ■ehilds Marv II. won Hie Pri de Monte Carlo if 0,000, beating Novelty in the last strides. The ilenmliti f th,. old elublniise and hotel ai tin- Woodbine track of the Ontario Jockey Club is now under way. The stables along Queen street ate ai-.. to be leinoved. The blizzard which interrupted Juarez racing had no il effect mi any of the nearly sihi horses quartered at the Juarez course, a- the stables are constructed -•! a- !• meet sued all emergency. Matt Allen ha- two likely t wu year-olds in the care of Joe Williams at the Gravesend track. One • 1 the-e nits is by Singleton Flower, and the otbet i- a s f Ac. militant ami I seful Lady. They will race at Iimlico iii the spring. American owned horses scored in tin- Jumping races at Nice, in Frame. Tuesday. In the Prix de Prince de Monaco, Charles Koklers Va Tmit finished first, ahead of ten Other horses. Jockey I. William; rude. live francs on the American winner yielded thirteen in the nitituels. Muscadln, owned by another American, James Hennessy, captured premier honors in the Prli Jussnina. Waller Muiise. vvhu has f,aM- horse- winterin™ at the Benning course of the Washington Jockey Club, i- in New Ifork for • vi-it. He ha* turned out Coming 1 at the William Jennings farm at Mount Washington, near Baltimore. His other horse- srere reported a- being in the lust of condition. He m A that the winter has been such an open mu m Wasl hajcton thai trainers have been able to go right along with their horses. There was much contention last year as to the earliest date of thoroughbred foaling la Canada, but the record this year will go to Messrs. Hyments Brookdale Farm af Barrie. where the first arrival was reported mi the ftrst .lav of the year. It is a tine .best nut co!t by imported Bed Poa, a s,,n of II v lag Pox, and the dam is Depends, by The Prtar HeV ice. This ymuag fellow had a narrow escape from being technically one year old twenty four hours after he was born a- WOUld have been the ea-e had h. ai rived ou December 31 instead of on New Vears.

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