Live Jamaica News, Daily Racing Form, 1923-05-06


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LIVE JAMAICA NEWS J. Simon Healy has been laid up with a slight attack of the flu. Charlie Chesar "Beefsteak Charlie" was on hand to cheer Prince of Lmbria to victory. George Fields, the apprentice jockey, has attached himself to the stable of W. C. Clancy. My Play and Lucky Hour are back in active training and should be seen under silks before long. Edward Burke, general manager of the Harford Association at Havre de Grace, made his first New York appearance. John Perry, a colored employe of the C. A. Applegate Stable, died Friday at St. Marys hospital, at Jamaica of spinal meni-gitis. Charles "White has bought back David Haruni from Clarence Buxton and under the rules will not be permitted to start him for thirty days. Omega, the two-year-old that was purchased by Max Hirsch at the G. B. Blackford estate sale, was bought for the account of Sam H . Harris. a ,

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