Laurel Racing News, Daily Racing Form, 1923-10-17


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LAUREL RACING NEWS Billy Kelly bled slightly in his race in the , Glenburnie Handicap today. William Irvine, trainer for E, F. Whitney, shipped to the latters farm at Warrenton, Va., this morning the two-year-old Ebb Tide, High O. and Sea Robin. Jim Murphy joined his brothers-Joseph and Tim yesterday. He came from Toronto, where he went to attend the Thorncliffe meeting. "Spec" Crawford has decided to winter the Queen City Stable of steeplechasers at Belmont Park, where they will be shipped at the conclusion of Pimlico meeting. Two horses were claimed out of the seventh race yesterday. G. W. Foreman secured Bolster for ,800. George Phillips took Old Faithful for his employer J. Mc-Millen. Samuel Louis yesterday disposed of two horses at private sale. Ray Scherer secured The Fenian, while A. Swenke purchased Royal Charlie. Both .horses are intended for winter racing. Mortimer Murphy will continue to train The Fenian for his new owner. J. M. Campbell received the following message: "NEW YORK, N. Y., Oct. 16. The Westchester management will be grateful if you Will post notice that entries for Saturday, October 20, will close both at Empire City and Belmont Park at 2 oclock on Thursday, instead of Friday. Maryland entries may be made by telegraph to V. Schaumburg at Empire and Fred Rehberger at Belmont Park. C. J. FITZ GERALD." On report of the paddock judge trainer A. E. Alexandra has this day been fined 0 for neglect of duty regarding the equipment of his horse Sling in the second race.

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