Latest Turf News from Havre, Daily Racing Form, 1923-04-17


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Latest Turf News From Havre James Beattie was one of the New York visitors of the day. Montfort Jones was another of the clubhouse patrons. Jockey Gantner returned after a flying visit to New York yesterday. R. H. Watkins was an arrival from the South and will be here for the meeting. L. A. Feustock was a Philadelphia visitor after having deserted the Bowie meeting. Jack Phillips contemplates a Kentucky campaign at the conclusion of this meeting. W. A. Carter announced this afternoon that j he would campaign his stable in Canada this year. R. J. Brown, who has a small stable in charge of D. R. McDaniel, was an arrival this morning. George W. "Whitey" Langdon was a Xcw York visitor who intends remaining for the meeting. Jockey Earl Sande came here from Ran-cocas Farm to ride Exterminator and will return home tonight. Mortimer F. Lynch was back in Maryland for the Havre de Grace opening after a flying visit to Freehold Sunday. J. S. Cosden was on hand to see his horses perform and Gwyn Tompkins was another that made his first apperance. J. G. Wagnon was the first of the belated arrivals from Bowie, arriving by van with the Al. J. Reid horses this morning. Edward F. "Whitney, accompanied by his | niece. Miss Margaret "Whitney, came down from New York to witness the days racing. H. Godwin has taken over the engagement hooks of jockeys B. Marinelli and T. Doyle. I The latter is an apprentice to W. S. Kilmer. Mark Demarest has taken over from R. A. i Smith the platers Captain Costigan and j I Haidee, which will race in his colors this j ear. The schooling field has been thrown open at Pimlico and the J. S. Cosden and Ral ! | Parr fencers were sent over the course this j morning. [ ! Willis Sharpe Kilmer was on hand to ] i watch his wonderful old gelding Extermina- j | tor race in the opening stake race of the j meeting. j William Shields, who was confined to his : roan with an attack of illness last week, I was about today looking none the worse for ! the brief spell. I Trainer A. C. Porretto reported the death of the plater Transient that raced for W. J. Kramer. Transient was taken with fever en route from New Orleans. Sheridan Clark is doing missionary work here in quest of horses for the Quebec furred I ers Association and states that he expects to ship three or more carloads at the conclusion of this meeting. Among those who viewed the races from the clubhouse were Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Salmon, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel D.", Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Jeffords and Mr. and I | Mrs. P. A. Clark. F. A. Gailor came over from Audley Farm I at Perryville, Ga., today and will return this! ! evening. Gailor will take a shipment of eighteen two-year-olds to Kentucky for the Jones Bros., where they will be campaigned. E. S. Welter, one of starter Miltons as sistants, is in charge of the schooling of two-year-olds at Iimlico. The Glen Riddle Farm Stable, in charge of trainer Gwyn Tompkins, is quartered in the winter barn of the Lexington-Xalapa Farm at the head of the turn. The latter establishment is the smallest that has been brought to the races in years, numbering but a half dozen.

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