Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1919-11-29


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Trainer Sandy McNaiighton and jockey Kummor will spend the winter at Hot Springs. Constancy is a good filly, but she might have been getting a bit sour toward the end of the season. Marasmus was claimed out of the third race at Jefferson lark on Thanksgiving day by J. A. Gunclieon for 00. The lightweight rider F. Weiner has been displaying fine form at Bowie, having ridden seven winners during that meeting. . M. Garrison will attend the sales at Lexington. Ivy., next week with the hope of picking tip some promising material for the 1920 racing. O. W. Dodge, s seven-year-old Dervish was so badly cut down in the first race at Jefferson lark Thursday that it was found necessary to destroy him. S. C. Hildretli lias been suffering from an attack of bronchitis and was confined to his bed for several days. His extensive racing stable is now in winter quarters at Belmont lark. The Hallenbeck colors are seen in front more frequently at Howie than at any other meeting this year, trainer Frank Taylor having the horses of that establishment in fine condition. At the conclusion of the Rowie meeting tonight "apt. Dnliain of the Iinkerton forces will leave for New Orleans, where he will have charge of the policing of both Crescent City tracks. Jockey I.. Fator will not ride during the winter. He lias gone to his home at Twin Falls, Idaho, and will remain there until sifter the holidays, when he will rejoin the Hildretli stable and help prepare the horses for next years campaign. The first yearling by Short Grass seen in or about New York is quartered in the stable of trainer WMHtilii Hogan, the dam of which is Fern I-ouise, a daughter of that good racer and sire Wntcrboy. This youngster is .said to be a particularly fine looking yearling. Here is the opinion of a good eastern judge ot horses and racing: "Man o War, if his temper holds, is the only prospect for a real good, three year-old. Donnacona is next, Faisan Dore an improver, Dominique for short, cuts. John 1. drier is the best of the Whitneys."

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