Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1915-10-06


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF. London Sporting Life recently published a list of English stallions at stud service in Australia. Included in the list is our own veterau celebrity. Cesarion. Of course it was gross ignorance to name him in such a list, but he is v. eli worth claimiu" and doing well at a fee of 50. At Newmarket. England. September 17. the Bury St. Edmunds Handicap, at a mile, was won hy the four-year-old American colt Gum Shoe by Yankee — Caoutchouc. Carrying 101 pounds he raii the mile n l:362t; and won by a head from Newlay with Diadumenos another head hack. A. B Hancocks recent purchase Wrack was a lapped on fourth. W. L. Oliver will campaign hlb string at New Orteaus this coning winter. He shipped Boxer. Tandstleker and Lord Leijrhton to from Toronto and Boxer and Tandsti.-ker will be taken up in time for the New Orleans season, ne has iwo yearliui! colts in charge of James K. Fravllug at Locust Valley. L. I . that will be sent over 5 Lakewood. »ne is a son of V-mrhee* and Gavlnta and the other a son of Dr. I.eggo and Napa Mil. Ik- has great hopes for both of them.

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