Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1916-02-22


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF. The Schorr horses to be sold at auction at New Orleans next Saturday are the two-year-old filly Gretchen K.. ■ winner, by Bryn Mawr— Tehoupe-toulas. together with Goldcrest Boy, Mars Cassidy. Syrian, pieasureville. Eddie Dolling. Liudentlial and the three-year-old n.aideu, lolitieian. Iron Iluke was something of a disappointment last rear, but both Mr. Halienbeck and trainer llelln.-r still feel confident thai he will make good in 1916. The Finn has grown and Improved and he bids fair to be one of the high class handicap hones of loio. The three-year-old Ooasach, owned by J. W. Gold- blatt broke his leg in a rate at Havana on February id and was destroyed. Mr. Goidblati was consoled however, bv Ihc fact that he had an insurance policy with the llartfor.l insurance to. on the horse, taken out through John A. Payne of Cincinnati. It is possible that the silks of Cant. E. B. Cas-satt will not be shown this year until the opening of racing in New York. Trainer llealy is taking his time with the horses at Chestorbrook Farm. and if no effort is ma le to have them ready for Maryland they may be that much better when they are called on at Jamaica or Belmont Iark. Wise Judge, bay Mtt, 4. by OohfcM Maxim-Verdict, bred by Henry T. Oxnard at the Blue Ridge Stud. Ya.. lias been racing with success in South Africa. Up to December 31, last. Wise Judge had won eight races. He had also run into second place nine times and been placed third on •re occasions. At Cape Town, in September, Wise lodge won the Flying Handicap at three-quarters by a length, carrying 130 pounds, and the week previous he successfully carried 124 pounds in a seven-eighths handicap. It is understood thai Richard Wootton remained in England instead of visiting Australia — as originally intended— in order to handle Some of Mr. K. HiiUons voung stock. When 8. WOOtton returns from the war it is probable he will train some of Mr. Hultons horses, as that owner will have ipiite enough for a coupb- of trainers. Mr. Hulton. who is a comparatively recent addition to the ranks of Bnrllsh breeders, has thirty-seven broodmares at Warren Towers, and also has four stallions advertised for stud duty. They are Stornoway t Desmond Sisterlike. Sbognn Santoi — Kendal Belle. Lona- wand Cupbearer— St, Flora, and Fairy King Desmond Queen Fairy. Shogun is ineligible for the English Stud Book. but. as be was a good race horse, no doubt he will receive a full share of pat-raaage.

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