Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1919-03-14


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Trainer A. J. Goldsborough is giving old Roamer plenty of outdoor exercise, and Andrew Millers pop- ular racer is said to look better right nowUiian he did any time last year. G. A. Marshall of the Huntingdon Valley Stock Farm has at his place twenty-two two and three-year-olds, many of which wen; bought out of the McKinney and Corrigan dispersal sale last year. 1 There will be an abundance of horses available j for the Bowie meeting, which opens April 1, the mild weather permitting trainers to take up their ! charges much earlier this jear than was the case in 1918. Judging by the remarkable entry list to the . Kentucky Derby, it is safe to predict that the nominations to the Preakness Stakes, to which there i is no entry fee, will even surpass the record number of last year, i - i 1 :

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