Notes of the Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1914-05-03


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NOTES OF THE TURF. The Toronto rider. Beamish, will handle tin horses of the stable of P. S. P. Randolph this I season. J. A. Renaults Lady I ta has foaled a colt b. Allowmaise at Montreal. This foal is eligible t the Coney Island Jockey Clubs Futurity of 1110. and will be named for various Canadian races foi tauadiau-breds. Charles Millars two-year-old. Ringbolt, one of the lot in trainer loan Nixons string, died a. Woodbine l he past week of lung fever. Ringbolt was one of the youngsters bought from Mrs. Liv ingslon. and wa- by Bowling Brook Rings. One of the most remarkable race meetings in the world i- that at Onkapariuga. South Australia. It is held only one day a year, on Faster Mmi j day. but the prise money amounts to nearly twenty thousand dollars. It is a pari miittiel meeting. Duke ..f Chester, by St. Savin — Wish. Which wa-entered for the King- Plat" at Woodbine by Robert Davies. is now the property of W. Wallace of Toronto and may carry the color- of the latter on Plate day. The horse i- receiving his pre para-ti n at Dittferin Park, which track has been in unusually good condition this spring. The tirst of the prominent candidate- for the Kings Plate at Woodbine to succumb to the exigencies of training is the Brookdale Stables Mos-lo. h llkelv Red Pox II. three-year-old. that trainer Ueoig" Walker ha- had to retire from active work for the present. It is not likely that the colt will be able to race before mid-summer. Tom Shaw, who will have the betting privileges at Marlboro, will administer affairs in an up-to-date fashion. A new betting ring will be built. It is an Improvement which the track has long Beaded. A new judges stand also will be built. Immediately upon the close of the coming meeting a force of men will be put at work on the track to convert it into a mile course, so that a meeting may be given next fall under Jockey Club auspices. The Havre de Grace meeting is now more than half over, and the wise fellows are complaining bitterly that thej have never been up against sock a disastrous spring meeting as the present. It does not look a- if there was much relief in sight. There is -till a big bunch of horses whose form is undisclosed. By the time that Pimlico i- reached something will lie known of the form of the horses. But here again more new ones will be entering the Held, and it looks as if the whole spring will be a rocky iieriod for the talent. — Baltimore News.

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