Laurel Racing News, Daily Racing Form, 1923-10-12


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LAUREL RACING NEWS Jockey F. Lee was suspended for three days by the starter for disobedience at the post. Mrs. T. J. Donohue purchased of Mrs. F. Ambrose Clark at private terms the steeplechaser Sea Monarch. Young Robert McKeevcr, who is here with his father looking after the latters horses, has taken over jockey E. Roehms books and will make the lads engagements. Carajo, which has been racing in the colors of the Parkview Stable, was claimed yesterday by Frank Garrett for ,500. AVilliam McDaniel, who is assisting his brother, Henry, in the handling of the extensive J. K. L. Ross string of racers, is confined in the Maryland State Hospital in Baltimore, suffering from inflammatory rheumatism. Two carloads of horses arrived from Toronto this afternoon. They included the strings of James Arthur, T. E. Crist, J. Mc-Millen and W. Fenwick. The division of the II. G. Bedwell Stable that took part in the recent Thorncliffe meeting is due here tomorrow. The body of John "Shanty" Kelly, who will be remembered as a steeplechase rider on the Western tracks some few years back, was shipped to the home of his mother in Seattle, Wash. His death was due to a cancer of the throat.

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