Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-03


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« CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF C. B. Irwin, who has a stable of more than twenty horses at Tijuana, is thinking seriously of sending Lady in Black to the court of Motor Cop. Col. Andiew Vennie of Kentucky, who has had a serious lime and a major operation since he went to New York, is recovering rapidly at the Post Graduate Hospital and will be out and about as good as new before many days. Winter racing is proving highly profitable to horsemen. During the first two months of 1922 over ,000,000 have been distributed in stakes and passes by the racing organizations conducting the meetings at the Fair Grounds in New Orleans, Havana. Tijuana aud Mexico City. George Archibald, the American who has contracted to ride the horses of the Newmarket Clare-haven Stable of P. P. cilpin this year, is already at work there. The stable is a powerful one nud Archibald is likely to be as much of a success as rider in England as he was in Spain, France nud I.-i Germany.

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