Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1921-08-31


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CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF W. A. Shea has left AI Jolsons Snapdragon K at Saratoga to recuperate after being fireii and unsexed. The remainder of the Shea string has gone to Belmont Park. Tlie re is little prospect of jockey Keogh riding before late in the fall, probably at Uiurel. Dr. Grayson has ordered that rider to refrain from over-exertion and take things easy. Tlie six yearlings that Will Perkins purchased at the Sartoga sales have been sent to the Lexington track to be broken. The best one of the band is a filly by George Smith, for which Mr. lerkius paid ,900. According to a Central News Berlin message, two owners of racing establishments state that they fear the proposed tax on racing will strangle all sport, as it prescribes licensed bookmakers and taxes them to the extent of ten per cent on bets. Races will be fewer and horse breeding will be affected.

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