Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1913-03-21


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NOTES OF THE TURF. William Arathruster, a Louisiana layer, will 1 1 1 . i k ■ • lhe price* f. r the ring at Marlboro. Jockey Buxton has ilecided not t , aceept an offer t ride for ih. Schorr stable in Kentucky. It is *aid thai Mtttgrave i- llkelj to hare the mount ..a .1. Y. Schorr** Lrochare* in the Ren tacky Derby. Jockey Eatep will ride in Kentucky nailer lhe management of v. C. thuaey, who ha* Srsl .all ai hi* sen i . s. w. ;. Yank, is bringing two hot — belonging I ■ S. N. Hexter Ui Keatuckj from Juarea with the Apple sale shipment, Marlboro i- to ! .• converted into a mil.- com • before main seasons, according to Br. Richard s. Hill, who i- pi. -id. nt . i the as* i iat lou. Horses .ne being --cut quarter* la a* _ ■ •• h I a- :: : urer the Churchill Downs course. Hawtbora, anx wis t . run. worked live-eighths ,.l a mil. in In:,, hard hehi. a day •■! two ago. The Broomstick gelding Aviator i- credited wit i being a greatly improved horse since passing into • the possession of It. I. Miller, and i- -aid to be om- ..t tin- best looklag thoroughbreds in training at Norfolk. Secretary Lyman n i ais i- receiving -lacks ..; request* La -tall aceommodationa at Churchill Dowa* ami it I* evident that there will hi- on lac:. i good horse* foi the meeting beginning at that 1 track May in. K. It. Bradley, who ha* been at Paha Beach since the holidays, ha- retained to Lexington, and I will Rpepd -wr.ii weeks ai Idle Hoar Farm. His borne* are in training at Churchill Downs, and 1 will in- shipped I.- Lexington for the spriag meeting. Crackei Box wUl he takea t,, Chnrrhlll Downs from Juarez by Henry McCkmsky, who recently pur chased him from C. -I. Casey for the comparatively -in. ill -urn of 1.200. Mr. Casey tired ••! waiting I . ICker 15.. P. win a pur-, so -"Id him at a gum tar below hi- estimated value A deputation fr m the Victoria I Australia I Aiaa liur TuiT Club waited ni the Chief Secretary re cently to a-k that approval Bbouhl be given by the government to a new regulation tiiny: the dob powet to iiiiii:i-. tin- annual I kmakers fVee ai aiiltiel.i from 50 to 50 in tin- paddock and from 1 0 to 3 .ai rin- tlat. The Recretarj regarded lb. request a- reasouahlf bnl -aid he could ma tak action at milt, a- la- had promi*ed the Bookmakers Association that before doing anything in- would bear their rlew* on the matter. Charales Kobler** French stable ••! racers, amler the -kiltul dlreetfcm at S. C. Ilildieth. from . wlmm i Ce bought a ready made xtable. ha- been ikdng well. Aliin.-t every one t the Amerhan Hat racer*1 was converted int.. a steepleckaser hj Hildreth on a.-.-..nnt ..l the greater opporiunit.v afforded foreign ■ -in that iias- ..i raciag iii Ftaace. Th American i la. i-.- »f the lot thai hare won through the held an Sovelty. sli.inii..ii. Restigriurbe and Puggins. S...-;-,1 I i. ie h I, ..i-.- pui.ha-.d for the stable It fill dretb haw a. 1. 1.-. I no a little in tin- general success ..; i In- i Ktahlishmenl .

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