Current Notes Of The Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1919-06-11


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF S C Hildreths good colt Lord Brighton is rapid ly rounding into form and will shortly be seen under colors colorsThe The Vanderbilt stable in France is so strong this year that it is expected to again put its owner at the head of the list of winning owners The French record is that of Edmoud Blancs in 1905 the year of Flying Fox nearly 300000 300000The The English jumpers Troytown and Vatican en ¬ gaged in the Grand Steeplechase de Paris and St Tudwal which has been entered for the Autcuil Grand Hurdle race have arrived at C Carters establishment at Chantilly to complete their prepara ¬ tion for these races racesAnnouncement Announcement of the third Latonia Championship Stakes is made by the Kentucky Jockey Club This St Leger of America will close for entries at mid ¬ night of Tuesday July 1 Like its two already closed predecessors it has 15000 added and it is estimated its gross value will be 50000 50000The The French threeyearolds of this year are said to be an exceptionally good band and the names and the form of the following dozen engaged in the Prix du Jockey Club French Derby certainly sug ¬ gest such a thing McKinley Observateur Zimzimi Insensible Master Good Hallebardier Cesaire Bam ¬ bino Bassan Scirpe Tchad and Guido Reni ReniThe The Spanish Derby was run at Aranjticz Madrid May 20 and Avon by the king of Spains Montmirad a French colt by Bonspiel At the same meeting the king won another race by the aid of Menthe a daughter of the famous Rose de Mai Altogether the royal colors have been successful eight times since the opening of the season a month ago agoThe The Paris correspondent of the London Sportsman writes At Auteuil the other day May 2 when it was known that with only one horse in the first race the number of events would be reduced to four the money taken for admission amounted to 15000 while the money turned over at the mutuel offices in the paddock and on the heath exceeded 400000 400000The The lowest known weight for a jockey is that of Kitchener the English boy who actually weighed fortynine pounds when he rode the Duke of Rich ¬ monds Red Deer in the Chester Cup race of 114 Red Deer which was a threeyearold colt by Venison was favorite and won the Cup in a canter by five lengths The colts weight for the race was only fiftysix pounds poundsMr Mr Wilfrid Viai declared after Omar Khay ¬ yams race last Friday at Belmout that the big horse had run perhaps his last race We will retire Omar to the stud Whether here or iir France I have not yet decided said Mr Viau Perhaps he can follow in his fathers footsteps Marco was retired for three years and then came back and won races Omar Khayyams chief trouble Is a bad quarter crack

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