Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1919-03-10

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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Frank Weir has returned to New York after a successful season in Cuba. The Irish jockey C. Brabazon, who rode" in this country a few years ago, expects to return here 111 the near future. Brabazon has been ruling in the cross-country races ir Ireland during the winter, after having been mustered out of army service on January 31. James Boden. trainer of the Triple Springs Farm Stable, has made an application with the Jockev t lub for his promising apprentice rider Fred Weiner 1 he lad weighs but seventy-seven pounds ami created a sensation at Bowie last fall bv landiii" his first mount a winner. 0 P. A. Clarks Kentucky Derby hope, Diinboyne, last years winner of the Futurity, is taking his daily gallops at Belmont Park and appears to be in grand bodily condition after a winters rest Diinboyne is said to have improved wonderfullv. and is quite a handsome horse. Walter J. Salmon in selecting names for the two-year-olds that will hear his silks this vear has taken those of some famous American "aces A chestnut son of The Manager Caution is known as Eddie Itickcnbacher. Hobey Baker is the name chosen for a black mmi of Celt Augusta Victoria. Johnny Overton is a black son of Celt Sister Anna. At the annual meeting of the Turf and Field Club, held in New York Thursday, the following officers were elected for the vear: F. K Sturgis president; Henry W. Bull, vice-president; John K. Cowdin. treasurer, and Major John G. Livingston secretary. An executive committee composed of Major John G. Livingston. Madison Grant, Henry W. Bull and J. Searle Barclay, Jr., also was elected! and Henry A. Buck was appointed assistant secretary of the club.

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