Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1917-09-18


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Insurance John A. Payne, Cincinnati. Advt. G. M. Hendries Rancher is being specially pointed for the Louisville Cup at Douglas Park and the St. Leger at Churchill Downs. " G. W. Loft is not only the fortunate owner of the crack two-year-old Papp, but likewise owns the ,speedy three-year-old filly Julialeon, which has won her last five starts. If the racing at Lexington is a forerunner of all the Kentucky meetings, the sport in the Blue Grass state this fall will be the best ever seen in Kentucky at this time of the year. C. T. Worthingtons speedy filly Viva America will have a large following in the Breeders Futurity and many are of the opinion that this great miss will lower the colors of Papp and Jack Hare Jr. .During the month of July, 1917, foreign trade of the United States in horses amounted to 1,377,-202 and for the seven months ending July, 1917, the total export of horses reached the enormous sum of 25,327,333.

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