Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1913-12-16


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NOTES OF THE TURF. Aunt Mamie and Thaka have been fired to correct knee trouble at Juarez. Recent additions to the Juarez schooling list include Rockdale, Tempie. Focht and Palatable. .Only nine horses are wintering at the Windsor race course, four of them being in IM Glasscos stable. Jockey Borel is quoted as saying that W. G. Yanke, his employer, has won 00,000 on the turf this year. Trainer IT. A. Brewster has severed his connection with the J. 15. Cloher stable and is now in the employ of S. II. Kunz. According to report, Mose Goldblatt has an idea that Jefferson Livingstons Iron .Mask may run three-quarters over the Juarez track In 1:09, if it becomes necessary. German breeders of the thoroughbred had already laid out something like 50,000 in English bloodstock this season, but were again extensive purchasers at the Newmarket-December sales. Of the nine horses belonging to W. H. Dupee of San Diego, with which Early Wright has arrived at Juarez, seven are yearlings by Salvation, one is a yearling by Roy Hindoo and the remaining one Is the seven-year-old gelding High Street. Kennymore, the strongest fancy, next to The Tetrarch, for next years Derby, was bred by his owner, Sir John Thursby, who also owns Kenny-niores .sire, John oGaunt. The latter is a son of Isohomy and La Fleche. John oGaunts dam, one of the noted mares of the English turf, was bred bv Queen Victoria. Frank J. Bryan, wlio officiated as one of the handi-cappers and as a steward during the Pimlico meeting of the Maryland Jockey Club, is particularly enthusiastic over the selling handicaps that were so thoroughly tried out during that meeting. He points out that they all filled exceedingly well and that they brought about the best contests of the meeting. Harry Worcester Smith was a recent visitor at the Jockey Club, and while he did not say so positively it is well nigh certain that there will lie another Sportsmens Dinner this winter. Mr. Smith was on his way to Canada and reported that his horses are all in tirst-class condition. They are at Worcester. Mass.. and in the string are Nattie lumppo, Dullcare, The Cad. Running Reindeer and three hunters by Semper Ego that were recently purchased. W. O. Scully has returned to New York from Kentucky and will remain there until after the holidays. Scully lias three yearlings at Lexington that he will race over the Kentucky tracks and then ship east later in 1914. The three are a chestnut colt by Iryn Mawr Pins and Needles, chestnut colt by Glorilier Fatlnltza, and a bay filly by Bryu Mawr Veroulque. Of the trio he expects the best things of the .Glorifier colt. He is already a slashing big fellow and greatly resembles his sire, both In color and conformation.

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