Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1921-07-09


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Sweep On. the five-year-old son of Sweep Yod-ler, by Meddler, after serving two years in the stud is back in the W. H. Karrick stable and will be put into training again. Australian judges in England naturally prejudiced, perhaps consider Donnglme to be an overrated rider and that their own riders, Carsluke and Bullock, are much superior to him. Milton Henry, the Amerian trainer and jockey in France, is jidiug again after a severe illness and serious surgical operation. The English cross-country crack Trespasser broke down in the French Grand Hurdle race and has gone back to England to be patched up. June 23 at Folkstone aud Newcastle, Englaud. there were five dead heats for first place and others behind winners. Judicial eyes had a hazy day of it. In twelve months the government of New South Wales. Australia, has received 70,875 from race course admission tax, ,103,120 from the totalizator and 88,110 from taxes on bookmakers. I-ord DAbernous great mare Diadem, which has gone to the stud, ran thirty-nine races in six years and won twenty-four of them and 9,323. She is eight years old and by Orby Donetta, by Donovan Kinovnta, by Wenlock. Hector Gray, who is now riding in England, was on the New Zealand race tracks for fourteen years. The total amount of winnings of his colonial mounts was 1921.sh74,100. Gray owns two big dairy farms in the Wnikato district of New Zealand. The French Negofol horse Juveigneur. which was disqualified in the Ascot Gold Cup race, broke down in the race and lias been retired. He is owned by H. Balsam, son of the new husband of Consuulo Vamierbilt, formerly Duchess of Marlborough.

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