Current Notes Of The Turf., Daily Racing Form, 1917-04-15


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CURRENT NOTES CF THE TURF. Word has been sent to horsemen at the Maryland tracks that Devonshire Iark. Oat., will be n-ady to receive karat s on April ZB. J. S. Hawkins Chalmers is licing prepared at the Kentucky Association course for the spring meet ing at Lexington. The speedy geldings recent work shows him to be BCarlj ready for a bruising race. Leonard Jacob has reported that his old st«- -ple-chas" mare Adventun ss has a fine filly foal at w.-irnnton. Va.. from Whisk Broom ii.. Harry Payac Whitneys remarkable race horse, which is credited with a mile and a MUlter in 2:00 in the running of the Suburban of 1913. The track at Woodbine is rapidly rounding into condition. The Thorncliffe Ilat.-rs I.ritannia and Impress have already baen a quarter over it close to Si seconds on the baekstreteh. Amphion for the first time was worked an eighth at a two-minute clip. This horse looks better than at any time last year, when he won two stakes. The well-known Toronto trainer, C. "Wiry" Ilagan. has taken over .1. C. Fletchers Aprisa and the three -year -old .1. W. lluiiley to train. The hitter, a brother to Hamilton, is a candidate for the Kings Plate. He is hardly as big a three-year-old as his older brother, but he is a well- I turned little horse. Aprisa won six races last year, liotb wintered well. *

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