Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1921-07-28


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF All attendance records for Vancouver were broken during the recent meeting at Brighouse Park. The English opinion seems to be that Marshall Fields Golden Sun Corn Cockle filly Golden Corn is not only the best filly but the best two-year-old so far to race this year. Edward llobson, who owned Burnaby, which won the Cesarewitch of 1S92, and Indian Queen, which took the 1917 Cambridgeshire, both important Autumn handicaps in English racing, is dead. Tin? second of the Northwest Canada meetings began yesterday when the Westminster Thoroughbred Association inaugurated its seven days of racing at Hastings Park, which is within the city limits of Vancouver. One day last week H. Beasley. the Irish rider, airplaued from London to Ostend, Belgium, rode iu a race and was back in Loudon in time for dinner the same day. In telling of the trip the clumsy cable names "George Beasty." There isnt any such animal. The three English two-year-olds scut to the Canadian stable of Mr. Seagram are of pretty fair quality. After winning each of two selling races in England. Quanah brought ,500 and ,050. The Cicere Post Haste colt, after a selling race, brought 50. and Redstone, after winning, was sold for ,850. James W. Corrigan of Cleveland, 0.. Price Mc Kinneys partner in the former Wiekliffe Stud, is sure enough planning to go into English racing ou a scale. He has training quartern at Xew market with Dawson Waugh as Its head and has leased the house in which Mayor and Mrs. Keppel formerly lived, 16 Grosveaor Square, London, for a year.

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