Fair Grounds Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1924-01-06


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. ! , s I f i FAIR GROlJrMDS NOTES Doctor Glenn wa3 claimed from the first race by J. W. Wilson at a cost of ,G00. T. J. Healey, trainer of the R. T. Wilson stable, returned Saturday from New York. Starter Snyder has added Kennesaw, Telescope, Scare Crow, Royal Maid, llena and Aladdin to the schooling list. Jockey L. Morris, who has been ill for the past few days, suffering from a severe cold, plans to resume riding Monday. The veteran rider, R. Romanelli, made his first appearance of the winter season in the saddle today, having the mount on Magician in the closing dash. Bob McKeever, who went to his New York home for the holiday season, returned today and took charge of his stable of racers quartered at Jefferson Park. In the absence of E. C. Crockett, who is confined to his home with an attack of illness, Trust Official, a starter in the first race, Avas saddled by French Brooks. Mose Goldblatt has disposed of a half in-. terest in the four-year-old Metric to M. Levy. Links, brought here by Goldblatt, has been transferred to the Greentree Stable. Jockey L. Smith Avas suspended for five days by "the starter in the third race for dis-. obedience at the post. Jockey Rose Avas given three days for a similar offense in the opening dash. E. J. OConnell Avas an arrival Saturday from Tijuana. He announced that J. F. Pt-ck, for Avhom -he had been training at the Western track, had recently disposed of the fourteen horses he owned, William Mikel has in training a couple of likely looking tAVO-year-olds that will soon, enter upon their racing careers. They are Bill II., chestnut filly, by Flammarion Mary II., and John D., chestnut gelding, by I Flammarion Rose Bush. A

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