More arrivals at New Orleans, Daily Racing Form, 1914-12-02


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MORE ARRIVALS AT HEW ORLEANS. New Orleans, La.. December 1. More horses arrived today for the winter meeting of forty days at the Fair Grounds. They included Ella Graue. Louise May, Hoffman, Harebell, Old Jordon and Tony Fashion, the latter a coming two-year-old sired by Nasturtium, from Latonia. Owner N. C. Davis, trainer J. W. Davis, and the stable jockey. W. S. Paine, accompanied the shipment. J. W. Davis stated that four more carloads would be shipped here from Latonia this week, including the horses of J. B. Respess, Al Luzader, J. Lally, Jake Marklein. Frank J. Grefer and M. King. S. R. Grieves of Oblong, 111., is coming down. A letter from Mr. Grieves asked that stall room for live horses be set aside. The horses include Pentecost, Ispy. Wbyneck. Your Highness and Mae Hamilton. Jockey English will ride the Grieves horses here. "Chief" Johnson, former Indian jockey, who now has a race horse of his own, arrived from Hot Springs. Johnsons racer is Pretty Dale. C. Houser of Chicago, brought Cassowary and Donovan, two old campaigners. J. Plunkett came along with Graces Favorite. J. Singleton and J. Anderson brought Puck, Frank Flesher and two others, and J. McAllister brought eight. Cecil H. Rowe and D. Hall, the latter a former well remembered jockey here, brought five from Hot Springs .011 another car. These were O Tis True, Abednego, Mawr Lad, Old Coin and Prospcro Lad. Five racers composed a shipment received from Kansas City owned by J. J. Culver, and three belonging to J. Howell came from the same place. This was the first car to be sent here from Kansas City.

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