Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1916-01-28


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■ . 1 ; I . . 1 ■ 1 CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF. . C. Hunt is looked upon as the greatest j ckey de-1 velopment of the present Juarez melting. E. J. Ryan and Daniel Ryan of New York are among the recent arrivals at New Orleans. Lawrence and Comstock have sold to a Kentucky huver the broodmares Bertie v.. by Bempronlas — EJ-lans wan: I. a Reine Empress, by Emperor of Norfolk El Astro: Gradoas Dame, by Banaeektmrn Colonial Dame: Saiutolat. by Sain -Assolat; Cheri-• lih. bv Ftaiino. kburn Sister Josephine; and Ailin.t. by IngobDby Admittance. Most of them are in foal to Joe Car.y. Thirty-f 11 1- mares are still in their Oakwood Stock Farm ia California to he disposed of. Stewards Brice and Ireland had jockey Morys and owner Musgrave in the Btaad after Red Cloud scored his initial victory at Juarea not long ago. As Red Cloud had been beaten off in his tin vious effort the stewards desired s me information regarding the Startling Improvement. Morys explained that the s,n 0f Chnctaaanda and Oriska tried to run out with him in his previous race and that he was unable to keep him straight. Owner Musgrave proved to the satfsfactloa of the stewards that he had wagered on Red Cloud in the race in which he had made such u BBKjr showing, so 110 action was taken.

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