Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1913-05-29


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NOTES OF THE TURF The Delorimier Park track was iu such bad condi ¬ tion that yesterdays card was declared off offJockev Jockev Kederls has had offers to ride on the Met ¬ ropolitan circuit for two stables those of John Sanford and Charles Kohler KohlerRobert Robert Farm who has been riding with some suc ¬ cess in Belgium has sailed for Canada He will ride throughout the Canadian season as a free lauco laucoJames James Osborn Is again doing the starting on the minor tracks of the Canadian Northwest A suc ¬ cessful mooting was held last week at Edmonton and this week North Battloford is the scene of the racing racingF F D Weirs good twoyearold Old Rosebud has won five of his seven starts M B Grnbors Little Nephew to which ho has twice finished second Is the only horse that has beaten him and it is tho consensus of opinion that with lietter handling he would have won botli races in which lie was beaten beatenThe The Queens Hotel Cup one of tho features of racing at Woodbine seems to lie a s ecialty of R K Watkins He won iKissession of the former cup by two consecutive victories with Cliff Kdge and In tho first race for the new cup on Monday Mr Watkins had two runners and they finished first and second Harnegat was the winner This gives Mr Watkins the first leg on the now cup cupMaid Maid of Fortune tho dam of Mahoney Shan ¬ nons good twoyearold Lost Fortune which has won his last three starts is a halfsister to the great race horse Prince of Melbourne while his sire AllauaDale is a Kentucky Derby winner as is his grandsire Halma and Hindoo the sire of his groatgrandslre Hanover also won that classic Lost Fortune is well bred Dr Shannon of Lex ¬ ington who owns a half interest iu the youngster got tho gelding through tho generosity of T C Mc ¬ Dowell who presented him witli a season to Allan aIalo that resulted in producing Lost Fortune Dr Shannon still owns the dam of the youngster youngsterThe The army tost race of seventeen miles the sec ¬ ond of Its kind over held in this country was de ¬ cided at Ieiinlng Monday on the third and last day of the Washington Hiding and Hunting Club meeting Lieut 1 SI John Greble gave a splendid perform ¬ ance on Prince Henry a thoroughbred gelding by Rnf us Whistling Con and was awarded first honor with 291 Hluts just one mark short of the maxi ¬ mum total Lieut Grobe received a silver cup presented by the Washington branch of the National Hemonnt Association Capt Warren Dean of Fort Meyer got second honor with a score of l S Col Henry T Allen on Yellowstone Regent took third honor losing four oiutsou technical reasons Col Allen won last years contest with Razzle Dazzle

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