Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1919-11-13


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Sir Adam Beck, the well-known Canadian turfman, lui.s been elected master of .hounds of the London Hunt and Country Club of London, Out. Seven of the fifteen horses in the stable of C. T. Worthinglon at New Orleans are yearlings that will be prepared for early juvenile racing of 1920. .1. B. Goodman, before leaving for New Orleans, sent Bribed Voter, Liberator, Thinker and Kama to Des Moines, la., where they will be turned out for the winter. Long distance racing will be a special attraction at Bowie this fall, and there will be horses aplenty to fill these races. Great success is looked for for the two-year-old racins, there being more good two-year-olds in Maryland this fall than have continued in training so late as the last fortnight of Noveniler in ten or a dozen years. Itacing secretary Josepii McLennan will be able to provide variety in his two-year-old racing, because the backstretch extension at Prince George Park enables him to offer races of six and a half furlongs and seven-, eighths of a iuie and under arouwd only oue turn..

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