Notes of the Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1914-06-26


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NOTES OF THE TTJEF. John Wlialcn bj to train nine horses for M. Leon aid. In preparation for his Hamilton Derby engagement, Waterba-s worked a mile and an eighth in 1:57% out the Cunaanght Park track. Bwana Tambo, Corn Baaom and Liusin ware shipped back to Montreal from Ottawa to await the September meeting at Blue Bonnets. The horses haadl -d by ;. R. Tompkins have ROM to Blue Bunnets to rest until tin- opening of the Saratoga meel ing. T. C. McDowell has made arrangements to ship to Kentucky the yearlings which he purchased al the liaggin sale. The same train will also carry some of Mr. Belmonts yearlings, which have been al Belmont Park. A despatch from New Orleans, under yesterday! date, says: "Baring wlil be resamed here al the Pair. Grounds, Thanksgiving Day. The Business Mens organisation today announced 00,000 in pui -i - had been guaranteed by money iu bank. Individual betting will prevail. Iron Mask has been assigned top weight for the Caller Handicap p. be run al Aqueduct on Saturday. His Impost la 132 pound- and he is asked to give two i"., mils to Bock View. liuekhoru. Which wa- allotted i T 4 pounds, will have to pick up a five-pound penalty for his Brooklyn Handicap victory. W. II. Reynolds, a former New York senator and former president of the Metropolitan Racing Association, luaj be confined to si. Lukes hospital in Nee York City for a week or more by a wound inflicted by the accidental discharge of Mayor M 1 1 . 1 1 . r - pistol when the ejayur threw hi- coal over a chair.

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