Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1913-03-27


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NOTES OF THE TURF. The Ouke of Devonshire, never an enthusiast Nil of ihe line of men foremost in English racing, ha-decided !•• retire from the turf, lie Utile sac cess a- au owner. The horse, ,.f .1. I Newman and Son have arrived it Lexington from Juarea. pan Zareta. the leading money winning racer of Hie Juarez meeting, is the star of tin- stable, all the members of which arrived in gond condition. The two-year-old brother to Judge Monck, a ba colt by Brush— Early ami often. Im- which George V. Inn.- paid ,000 last fall, is dead. He wa- mysteriuusl] shot while in the paddock at the lanes Parm, near Lexington, Ky. Rev. w. D. Brad—rid of Austin, Tex., a MettmdM minister, i- in the forefront of the preachers • i,n palgn which has heen Itegua against the Mil to legalise the nari-mutuel method of iietiinu on races in Texas, The bill wa- Introduced hj Represents live MiKaniy. also a Methodist and a candidate for speaker of tke bouse, who savs he mean- t.i push ihe hill in tin- best of his ability.

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