No Sickness at the Downs, Daily Racing Form, 1924-01-03


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NO SICKNESS AT THE DOWNS LOUISVILLE, Ky., Jan. 2. There has been no sickness among the 200 or more horses quartered at Churchill Downs up to date this winter and there have been but few-days the main track has not been in condition for galloping. Captain Hal is the name of a likely looking "baby" racer being trained by Walter Hopkins for A. A. Kaiser, William Howard and Captain Hal Griffith. This colt is coal black and of good size, by Black Toncy, from Wavering, a mare which won many races for the late Henry Gorin. In .another bam close to the Ward and Madden stables In Memoriam is in winter quarters. He is the cynosure of all eyes and his trailer. Bob Gilmore. takes great pleasure in showing the crack McGee eolt to all callers. He is certainly a grand type pi the thoroughbred.

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