Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1913-11-09


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;now m l t I, U 1 T1 al and nt M ta hi had by th on only go good Is is M Se Co wl will Co Mm long wl will, NOTES OF THE TURF. Theodore Abadie has changed his plans ami will ship his horses to Charleston to race. His string includes Tom King, Billy FInnell. Bad Prospect and Boley Hill, and three yearlings, Fleety Belle, Snip and Virginia Nell. Dan Lehan has turned out for the winter A. , Humphrey, jr.s speedy sprinter, Casev Jones. This horse went wrong at Louisville early "this fall Lehan, desiring to take no chances of a permanent breakdown, let up on mm, and gave up the idea of racing him at all this fall. He will be taken np next March. J. C. Calm would never have disjMised of Sleeth he not lost two or three bets on the son of Deutschland, which he attributed to Indifferent rides jockeys he had put up on the horse. Calm thinks a good animal of the class of Sleeth should be In the stable of a firm which controls a rider, who understands his peculiarities. Free Lance, winner of the latonia Derby of 1912. now running out at George J. Longs Bashrord Manor Farm, uear Louisville, and the good filly Semprlte has also been turned oiit by trainer Pete . Tue un" 1914 Derby candidate, Ralph, not be turned out at all this winter. Trainer Coyne will keep him np with the yearlings iu the barn at Churchill Downs, where that trainer as usual, spend the cold season.

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