Current Notes Of The Turf, Daily Racing Form, 1922-06-02


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CTJBK3NT NOTES OF THE TUEF Insurance John A Payne General Agent Cincinnati Adv AdvThe The speedy Champlaln owned by G W J Bfssell of PIttsbursh will bo raced at Blue j Bonnets at the conclusion of the Thorndiffe meeting meetingAfter After all Improvements have been com ¬ pleted IL P Whitney will have one of the most beautiful as well as the bestappointed breeding farms In Kentucky KentuckyDavid David Englander the American rider In France threatens to quit his stable and give the American turl another example of hra mediocrity in the saddle Ho is a failure in French action The Berlin Grand Prize to bo run thin thinsummer summer will be worth from 200000 to 225080 225080marks marks Impressive figures for quick glanco glancoor or speech but acme J770 in real honest to Jehovah money Stacy Adams which was well thought of an a twoyearold will make his throeyear throeyearjold jold debut at Blue Bonnets it Is xafd Ho was gelded lant autumn and rested up at X ew Orleans during the winter When John Wells the jockey steered Bluo Gown to victory in the Derby Sh Joseph Hawley the owner handed him t c entire srtkea of nearly 30000 Who would be prime minister after this Wells Is said to have exclaimed

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