Live Turf News from Jamaica, Daily Racing Form, 1923-05-03


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Live Turf News from Jamaica Pierre Lorillard was a club house visitor. I„eo F. Eisenfelder of San Francisco, was a visitor for the opening. Harold Thurber has been engaged to ride for the T. W. OBrien stable. Rose Brigade has a fine colt foal, by I.ucullite. that was born at the Kancocas Farm recently. Eddie Dugan received a big hand, when he appeared in the parade in the first race, wearing the Belmont silks. The program book of the Westchester Racing Associations spring meeting at Belmont Park have been issued. The patrol judges. James McLaughlin. E. H. Hanna and William Doyle discarded the pony and buggy this year and drove to their various stations in a flivver. Swan Song, sister to Sweep, has foaled a filly, by Inchcape. the only one by that sire saved from the disastrous Rant-ocas Stud fire, in which Inchcape himself was one of the horses lost. James McClelland was on hand and the horses of the Lexington Stable and the Xalapa Farm with the exception of the two-year-old June Flower, were brought over for the Xew York racing. June Flower, thus far unbeaten, was sent to Pimlioo to fill engagements there.

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