Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1913-06-04


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NOTES OF THE TURF Dr Wormwood Thomas Callaway and Bad Pros ¬ pect have recently been gelded at Ixudsville IxudsvilleA A record for the parimutucls at Woodbine was established when GOOS3 was wagered on the To ¬ ronto Cup race last Saturday SaturdayThe The rebuilt steeplechase course at Belmont Park differs considerably from the one that was demol ¬ ished in 110 to make room for the aviators aviatorsJockey Jockey Tommy MeTaggart whose license has just been restored by the Jockey Club stewards will ride for August Beluiout for tiie remainder of the season seasonThe The Paul Shane case was argued before the Court of ApKilsat Albany on Monday and a linal ruling on the matters involved is expected within a fort ¬ night or so soAlexander Alexander Smith Cochran for whom C T Patter ¬ son is to train on the New York tracks distributes his actvities and wealth lie has just given 20000 to the Young Mens Christian Association AssociationJ J W Johnson of Winchester Ky who was formerly connected with J M Goode has given into the care of J W May his live racers which he t k when the firm of J M Goodc Co dissolved These include Flora Fina Milton 15 Mockery Tom Boy and Gray Plume PlumeThe The blacksmiths who plate tin horses at Helmont Park went on strike Saturday morning localise they said they hud not received complimentary budges from the management As a result many horses started in the races with old plates platesThe The director of the Maryland Jockey Club which recently concluded a race meeting at Pimlico have ordered that 10000 In expended from the prolits of tlio meeting for poor persons suffering from tu ¬ berculosis The Baltimore babies milk fund and the fresh air fund will each receive 10CO from the same source sourceA A grass lire fanned by a strong southerly wind threatened the grandstand and stables of the Queens County Jockey Clubs race track at Aqueduct Queens liorough Sunday afternoon For a time it appeared that tlio liro would reach the buildings but the Aqueduct Volunteer Flremiii extinguished the lames although not until the lire was close to the grandstand grandstandThe The Brooklyn Derby one mile and a quarter will be run at Helmont Park on Friday The eligible include among others August Bchnoiits Rock View A S oehrans His Majesty Amos Turnoys Horroi mil Klcliurne Frederick Johnsons Cock o tne Wu4k ij P Whitneys JrUjco Kujeue K Knapns Yankee Notions R E Watkius Baniegat and U T Wilsons Tartar TartarAt At the last meeting of the Canadian Racing Asso ¬ ciations the following licenses were granted Train ¬ ers Jas Arthur A Bnlcroft I R Brndlield W E Burke W C Clancy Geo P Cochran Win Cahill Win Crowe Geo Foley W II Frcy S W Fine Earl Liimell Wayne Lewis Win Martin J S Merchant G H Marlman E Murray G II Morton John Powers J L Paul C Heed John Stockier W C Westmoreland R E Watkins Win Walsh Jockeys W Allen Edward Ambrose Jas Beamish 1 Connelly T I Corbley Lioyil Deroiide Win A Diiuu Jos Dreyer John Frach Robert Hoffman P J Hagau W Kohler Herbert McAfee G Pearcc R Watts E Sharf and J Williams

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