Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1914-05-26


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. 1 j ; • . 1 f 1 1 ,. . . . ! 1 r ■ i I . ■ 1 1 NOTES OF THE TURF. c. P. Winfrey has boagbl the mar. Elisabeth Barwood. Some 20,000 was paid for 0 ycarliiiKs sold at Sydney, Australia, last month. Old Koschud and his stahleinaUs left Churchill Downs for Belmont Park, Sunday. The Krookside Stables Clontarf and Andrew are credit d with having work.-d pnrticularlv well at Pimlico. There is talk of I five days- meeting at the Gentlemens Driving Park, Baltimore, following the Marlboro meeting. The Kentucky State tnefnf Commission has held up the application of Carl Gana for a Jockeys license, pending Investigation. The English* stallion White Star has arrived at Melbourne, Australia, in % I condition and will t» mated with thirty mares ti.i- season. John B. Madden, acting for William Fitch of Hamilton, int.. has purchased from Miss Elisabeth Daingerneld the yearling brown colt Mikifnla, by Harry Herrmann, out of Grand Prine, by Kingston. The attendance Ujgares for the four days of the Australia Jockey Clnhs recent fall me. tin- 1; Kandiwi.k were as follows: First day, 18,000; second, 55,000; third. 24,000; fourth. 2o,"kjI. The improvement! contemplated by Manager M. J. Winn at Churchill Downs include the enlargement of ihe grand stand and betting pavilion and the removal of the track office hack some tilly let from where it now slan.N. James Thornton, who died at Louisville last week. was one of the oldest of Kentucky horsemen, and was imc of the lew survivors of those who -aw Wagnei and Gray Eagle race. He fought through the war iu the Confederate rank-. Patrick Deegaa, an Id time litteaer of steeple- 1 hasers, has been granted a liens,, to train iu America, and be i endeavoring to gather a stable of ci..- countri horses at New Vork. Trainer Deegan fitted Manifesto for Ih.Hi of his victories in ihe Liverpool Grand National. The Latoahl stakes will he run on the laltewlng dale-: Inaugural Handicap, June S; Clipsolta siak.s. June 10; Latonia Derby, June CI: Harold Stakes, June |,: Merchants Slakes. June 20; Valua lion ak.s. June 21: Cincinnati Trophy, June Si; Quicksten Handicap. July 1; Independence Hand! cap. July I. A consignment of two-year-olds in training has arrived 11 Belmont Park from th.- Napa Stock Iaim of A. 1;. Spreckels. Tin- youngsters are a splendid loobiag lot ami include many brothers and aisters lo well known performers. These horses will i.e owered at public auction ai I lie Belmont Park racecourse next Thursday. Two jockeys. W. Mondon and II. Skirvin. wen warned awav from lieiorimi.T Park, Saturday, participating in a free-for-all fight in front of th. judges stand following the finish of the foul .1 race, 111 which Mondon rode Eye White and Skirvia led. Camel, the winner. The boys were belabui hi- each other with whips during the running of the race, Amos Tiirnoy ha- had particularly had lack since he was here last fall, lie went into winter Quarters with Hire. horses that appeared lo lie aorth . ::n..Hiu and came oat this sprint: with Borroa, that nev. r lost a race, touched in the wind. Kiel. nine ha- no retained his form, and Flabbergast is d. ad That was an Instance of he rtctastades of fortune not uncommon on the turf, where turns upward COUM Just as unexpectedly as had luck.- -Toronto Klolic.

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