Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1913-05-17


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NOTES OF THE TURF The Broomstick fourycaflold Beethoven lias been returned by IT P Whitney from England for racing In America Grauin is an extremely bad post actor and al ¬ most invariably delays the start of any race for which she is entered enteredEugene Eugene Leigh trained the steeplechaser Sea Lord which recently won the Berlin Grand Steeplechase worth 10 000 with jockey Vincent Powers up upGallaher Gallaher Bros Center Shot holder of the Amer ¬ ican record of 137 for one mile lias foaled a brown filly by Plaudit at Thomas Piatts farm farmThe The report comes from Montreal that Joseph A Murphy will fill the position of racing secretary and associate judge at King Edward Park Capt T J Clay of Lexington is to be presiding judge judgeUnder Under the new regulations for the English Stud Book no more registrations will be accepted of any animals that do not trace to horses or mares them ¬ selves in the earlier volumes This will exclude the further admission of some Important American families familiesAllan Allan Winter the sixyearold son of AllanaDalo and Angea which ran one race at Jacksonville Fla in 1910 in the colors of J O Holder and was then sold for saddle purposes to a Florida turp ¬ entine man was recently repurchased by C J Knaus of Jacksonville and will bo trained and raced racedThe The expense of carrying on an English stable of importance may be estimated from the fact that Mr Buchanans Crlqnctte and Gentle Shepherd both of which will be unable to run this year have respectively thirtyseven and thirtysix engagements iu stakes that have cost at least five pounds for each engagement engagementWord Word has been received of the death at Sharon ville Ky of George Ehrlich who for many years was manager for the CellaAdlerTilles bookmaking combine and in that capacity had charge of the poolroom operated by them for several years at llubers Garden Newport Ky Later he ran a string of handbooks in Cincinnati He was fifty years of age The funeral will take place from his home in Sharouville this morning with interment at Evergreen Cemetery CemeteryKing King George is showing a keen interest iu racing and went to Newmarket for the two days on which the Two Thousand and One Thousand Guineas were run lie was not present on the odd day when hs colors were carried to victory by Amner but IN was on hand to see his filly Princess Dagmar de ¬ feated in the One Thousand Guineas while another of his horses Thrace was third in the Mlldenhill Plate During the morning the King put In an hour on the Heath watching his horses at work workHighliriilge Highliriilge did not close his racing in England with his failure iu the Grand National On the last of April he was a runner in the Criterion Handicap at Sandown Park over a course of about two miKa and a half He had topweight 170 iwunds which was considerably more than any of the fourteen others that ran Highbrldge ridden again by W Payne finished fourth to Twelfth Lancer 100 Eugenist 159 and Abbotts Choice 159 The American horse was an 8 to 1 chance in the betting bettingMasetto Masetto the sire of J W Schorrs crack four yearold Froglegs is by St Simon Lady Abbess and was imported from England to Canada by Ed Haines of Toronto then an Owen Sound man Mas ¬ etto was afterwards sold to J C Smith who sent him to Kentucky As an individual Masetto was not much and he was purchased in England for a trilling sum He was once described as a horse that could not walk trot nor canter let alone gallop But he came of a royal race and ids blood proved superior to his own lack of Indi ¬ viduality His progeny have proven greater than himself

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