Hawthorne: Turf Notes and Other News Items of Interest, Daily Racing Form, 1922-10-15


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HA WTHORNE TURF NOTES AND OTHER NEWS ITEMS OF INTEREST C. Hall will ship three horses, Al Austin and Milton Smith six horses, J. W. Dayton 1 eight and H. H. Overly six from Hawthorne to Toledo, Ohio, to engage in the meeting that opens there on October 17. Eddie Petzoldt, Hawthornes leading and most popular rider, canceled his mounts for Friday afternoon. He was shaken up badly in his tumble from Louis in the final race Thursday afternoon. The clever young rider will give his admirers another chance at his .mounts today, the closing day. S. W. Richards purchased Ormont at private terms from Baxter and Stubbs, the price not being made public. Ormont will be trained by Al Austin. The fifth race on Saturdays program is made up of seven of the fastest cow ponies at the Union Stock Yards, to be ridden by Yards cowpunchers and owners. The riders will be attired in the typical western range habiliments. Thirteen was a lucky number at Hawthorne Saturday afternoon. Mark Denunzio was 13 on the program ; also was Brother John on the thirteenth day of racing at Hawthorne.

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