Current Notes of the Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1922-03-26


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« • — _ CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF Golden Sphere, of the Seagram Stable, is one of the best looking thoroughbieds to come into Maryland. The old steeplechaser Synsset is training soundly after wintering well. He is still in the Greeu-tree Stable. George T. Miller, who will do the starting at Bowie, is already busy schooling horses at Prince George Park. Word comes from the Penning track at Washington that there are about forty green t wo-yenr-obM being trained at the barrier for racing at Bowie. Rose Ring, one of the Dan Ijelian Stead mares, will be sent to the court of Donnaeona. which Is making his fir-t season in the stud at White and Bsjraetts place. UsssjIssiBM, Kg. G. de Montels Absidea, b. m. 0. by Absolute— Idealine. which her owner withdrew from the English Grand National because he considered her overweighted, won the National Steeplechase at about two miles March 2 at Rome, Italy. She led her only opponent, Brieea. a four-year-old filly. by ten lengths at the finish. Absidea carried 101 pounds and her opponent 145. Trainer Ed Trotter and jockey Earl Pool, who will ride for the Florisant Stable this year, are on a fishing vacation in the south and C. H. Trotter is looking after this large establishment at Douglas Park. Since returning from New Orleans the younger Trotter has taken up for training Anghiin Maid. A. N. Akin. Humanitarian. General Average and Sea Court, which were turned out all winter.

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