Current Notes Of The Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1921-04-24


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Seven horses the property of Edward Arlington have arrived at Belmont Park ParkFrank Frank Bray has sent Assume the property Of John Leonard to Pimlico to be fired firedFred Fred Gerliardy will be the presiding judge at King Edward and Kempton Park meetings at Montreal next summer summerThe The Kilrane Stable lias been trasferred from Gravesend to Jamaica Irish Dream and four two yearolds were in the shipment shipmentCare Care Free the speedy but stubborn son of Colin Domino Noire is mending his ways and becoming more docile under former jockey Joe Notters patient handling handlingE E R Bradley has seventeen yearlings and a like number of weanlings at his Idle Hour Farm in Kentucky The majority of the youngsters are by North Star III and Black Toney ToneyB B First by Cunard Minnie Adams foaled a chestnut filly by Paicines at John S Wiggins Military Stock Farm on April 22 Mare will be returned to Paicines again this season seasonAn An accident marked the running of the initial race at Wheeling Friday At the first 4urn jockey Jarrell who piloted Major Fisk was unseated and suffered a broken leg legA A carload of horses has arrived at Jamaica from Bowie Among the number were seven belonging to E Peters two of J Murphys and two belonging to C N Darke DarkeThe The Modo Stable has shipped from Gravesend to Belmont Park In the consignment were King Plaudit Algoa Granny Lee and the three two yearsolds Modo Meuse and Vineyard Jefferson Livingstons Major Parke and Vivian accompanied the Modo Stable

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