Latest Turf News from Havre, Daily Racing Form, 1923-04-29


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Latest Turf News From Havre G. E. Phillips has purchased from J. H. Deavenport the plater b reezy Sneezy. The condition books for the coming mreting at W/oodbine Park, Toronto, were distributed today. J. H. Deavenport has turned out the plater Sidereal, which has teen absent from the races for some time. Stake blanks for the coming meeting at Dorval Park arrived this morning and were distributed to horsemen. The stables of F. Delatour and C. A. Coyle will le shipped to Ottawa. Ont.. and rested to await the opening at that point. Harry Payne Whitney and Payne Whitney were arrivals in their private cars, to witness the racing of the Whitney horses in their stake engagements today. George Bain, after completing his auction of the horses of the G. D. Blackford estate, left for New York, but will be back in Maryland for the G. W. J. Bissell sale at Pimlico May 11. Louis Garth has sold tow of his two-year-olds to M. .T. Reid. They are King Ton, a chestnut gelding by Sea King — Chilton Queen, and Bashton. a bay gelding by Berrilldon — Queen Bash Time. R. N. Vestal has decided to ship Tex to Iexington and open a public stable during the summer. Vestal had considerable success with Um G. I.. Blackford Stable, which was sold yesterday at public auction. Commander J. K. B. Boss left for Toronto today to attend a meeting of the Canadian Racing Associations, to be held next Mon»-day. The Canadian-breds in the Ross stable will be shipped from Baurel to Woodbine on May 10 in charge of William McDaniel. Walter S. Scofield, who trained the Canadian-bred division of J. K. I,. Ross, has severed his connection with that stable and leaves for Lexington, Ky., on Tuesday. Scofield has several offers from the Blue Grass state and will probably "close with one during the coming week. The steeplechase field at Pimlico was thrown open for schooling Thursday morning. A number of trainers availed themselves of the opportunity to work their horses. The field will be opened again today for the accommodation of some of the New York stables that will be on hand by that time. The Inaugural Steeplechase is one of the opening day features.

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