Latest Turf News from Havre, Daily Racing Form, 1923-04-21


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Latest Turf News From Havre W. L. Saunders was a visitor. Steve Judge took LKffare out of the fourth for 00. Sam Louis claimed Buzz Saw out of the first race for .*2.000. R.lward B. MecLan lost his old mare Bon Jour out of the second race when she was claimed by A. Alexandra for .S00. J. W. Healy. acting for A. C. Bostwi.k. lias purchased the two-year-olds Helen Cook and Star Cloudy from Woods Garth. Jockey Mangan, who lias ridden thirteen winners out of his tirst forty-two mounts, has attiliated himself with the B. R Watson stable and will ride in Canada this year. Nine of the Spreckels two-year-olds were at the barrier this morning going through schooling exercises. In the band were four by Runnymede, three by Yoorhees and two by Dr. Leggo. All are well advanced in their training and each is a good looking youngster. Charles F. Hill has announced Friday of next week as the date for the sale of horses from the estate of the late 1. L. Biackford. the Texas turfman. In the number that will go under the hammer are Maximae. Centimeter. Goldencrest. Admirer. Cilenlieve, Chief Curry and six two-year-olds. Thomas J. Henley is one horseman who was greatly impressed with the performance of Sallys Alley in the Toggery Purse. There were some who expressed the opinion that the filly was •straight." but Healey saw her race differently and is a good judge. Max Hirsch was another who shared Healey s estimate of her race.

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