Fair Grounds Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1924-01-10


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I ! I FAIR GROUNDS NOTES" Li. A. Seregni has bought the three-year-old Skywards from S. Gooch on private terms. G. TL Allen has selected the name Allens Choice for a twc-year-old colt by Mallowmot Great Dolly. John Randolph has bought from the Jones Stock Farm Stable Bob Parnell, a two-year-old bay gelding by Seth Mazonia. Billy Atkinson had to leave suddenly for Xew York this afternoon on receipt of news that his sister had died suddenly. E. R. Bradleys representatives In the Louisiana Derby will comprise Boy O Boy, Biff and Burly and Brilliant Cast S. N. Holman has arranged with jockey G. Breuning to do the riding fcr his stable for the remainder of the racing season here. Only seven scratches, the smallest number of the meeting, were recorded on the card this afternoon, three coming out of the juvenile dash. Archie Zimmer. T. E. Crist and O. E. Pons secured stabling room at the Fair Grounds and have moved their horses to that track from Jefferson Park. There are 215 two-year-olds now registered in the racing secretarys office of the Fair Grounds, which is far in excess of any previous recent year at the local course. The improved weather this afternoon and fine racing offering was responsible for bringing out the best crowd since New Years day. The racing throughout bordered on the sensational. Fifty-four horses were excluded from the second race fcr Thursday, the largest number of throw-outs for the meeting. Each of the fifteen starters were on the eligible list twice. "Wednesday was pay day for the jockeys. Ivan Parke proved the greatest money getter, taking down 55 for his first seven days work. F. Lee was second, earning ?J75. "White Gold, a two-year-old by Peter Quince Bay of Pleasure, in the stable of Will Perkins, picked up a nail after being worked out recently and as a result will not be able to make her racing debut for a week or ten days. Charles J . Craigmjle and a tworyear-cld colt by Zeus, that "W. A. Burttschell has been training for "W. E. Matthews, have been , turned over to "William Durnan. The latter has also taken over J. "W. Beans "Wheaton, the two-year-old that Mr. Burttschell had been handling for the "Washington sportsman.

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