Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1913-06-07


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NOTES OF THE TURF W A Pinkerton is among the visitors at lielmout Park these days daysAt At a recent meeting of the Jockey Club stewards jockey Grand who was suspended for unsatisfactory riding in 1010 was reinstated reinstatedThe The management of the Westchester Racing Asso ¬ ciation has decided to place on sale for 10 a grandstand and paddock ladies season badge good for the remainder of the meeting there thereIt It has been decided to increase the number of steeplechases at the Delmont Park meeting because jumpers are plentiful and crosscountry races seem to find popular favor On July 4 there will bo a steeplechase with 1000 added addedSol Sol Liechtenstein probably the best known book ¬ maker on the Xew York tracks when the betting ring was legalized by the PercyGray law finds Del ¬ mont particularly quiet these days Sol talked with so many persons on the lawn during the races on Friday and Saturday that he attracted the atten ¬ tion of several jiersons of influence in the govern ¬ ment of the turf Subsequently Liechtenstein re ¬ ceived a quiet tip from somebody that If he was caught in the act of taking oral wagers from friends he would find himself in serious trouble Sol was quiet as a mouse yesterday New York Sun

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