Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1921-01-17


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. I , | j , - " - _ . a i CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Prank M. Taylor has gone to Kentucky to bring to New York some youngsters which he rec ill. bought after a tour of the Flue ira- farms. The mare Freedom has developed inio an unrnly i lima I. s,, much s,, that the stewards at Tijuana have ordered her entry in the future refused The principal scenes of a moving picture to be called "t.ari isons Finish" will be taken at Tijuana race track. Wal.r S. House has Jasl bought from John E. Madden for Mis. A IF LawSOB the bay fill.v by Wrack, b.v Single Shot Star Shoot. This is tin-way Careful is Ined. Trainer J aincs Kowe reports that all the Whitney barm a at Bedbank, N. J., were in fine condition and doing smae mild work in the wonderful weather. Two of the most distinguished Fuglish brood-■ mares Moorhen, the dam of Galltnale, and Po-. dragll, the lain of Zitiovia. weie both old Iteepta- chasers. Jockey Edward Aminos,., who was brought up in the Whitney Stable, has been spending the w inter at the Glen Kiddle farm. Berlin. Mil., and it may be that he will ride the Kiddle -.lei fords horses this year. George Billennaa has a promising rider in M. slaughter, a nineteen-year-old Los Angeles boy, who made his saddle debut at Bene last tall I lie lad rode three winners |a one day al Tijuana ■■"" a

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