Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1913-07-15


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NOTES OF THE TURF Patronage of the Butte meeting is breaking all records recordsVancouver Vancouver IK having its most prosperous meeting Twenty partimutuels machines are in dally use useEl El Palomar The Cinder La Valetta and Head ford the propurty of C W Clark of California have been turned out at the Kingston Farm near Lexington Ky They will be left in charge of Miss Daingerlicld until fall when they will be taken up for training trainingHarry Harry Giddings lias disposed of the twoyearold Banjo a buy colt by David Garrick Cuba Free to Hoss Gooderham The price was 300 The two yearold Half Law by Bassetluw Bettor Half has been tunrcd out at the Giddlngs farm having been affected with an ailment known as the scratches scratchesTrainers Trainers and jockeys participating In tho King Edward Park meeting are requested to have i Canadian Racing Association license Tills is the first time that such a requirement has been in vogue on the halfmile circuit In Canada and Joseph A Murphy who is presiding over the meet ¬ ing is responsible for tho Innovation InnovationOnly Only about 1000 persons took advantage of tho MetroiHjlitan Jockey Clubs offer to see racing free In the infield at Belmout Park on Saturday All of these dlil not comport themselves properly and special officers escorted two men out of the en ¬ closure just before the last race started on account of infractions of tho betting regulations regulationsJames James Johnston who has been training the J O Talbott horses for the past year has severed his connection with that establishment and will take a small string of his own to Saratoga to raco Johnston has been quite successful with the Tal ¬ bott horses since taking charge and he and the owner parted company on friendly terms

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