Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1917-08-28


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF J. J. Mulrenan has sold to the Greentree Stable his two-year-old brown gelding Roederer, by Celt Adriana. The speedy sprinter Leochares went a half mile in 49 over the Horse Haven course at Saratoga Saturday, the track being heavy. J. L. McGinnis has sold to Samuel Ross of Washington, the two-year-old colt Col. Cluff, by Galloping Simon Amitie, whose dam was an Oaks winner in England. Mose Goldblatt is the first of the western horsemen returning from Saratoga. Goldblatt arrived at Cincinnati and will divide his time between there and Lexington until the latter track opens. Jockey C. Martin was set down for an indifferent ride on Gay Life, which finished second to Dorothy Carlin in the second race at Maisonneuve Park Saturday, the latter being the medium of a coup, in which the layers were hard hit. Owner McQuillan complained about Martins ride nnd the judges suspended him. John Haclimeister, after returning to Cincinnati from Saratoga, immediately departed for Detroit, accompanied by Charles F. Price. They went to visit George M. Hendrie, who recently underwent an operation for appendicitis. Hendrie, Price and Hachmeister are old fishing partners and when the later two learned of Hendries illness, they decided to pay him a visit. ,

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