Fair Grounds Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1924-01-19


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FAIR GROUNDS NOTES John Shields has taken over the horse Cash to train. J. McNulty was an arrival from Culver City with Red Williams, that he will race here. The sale of Mason Towle has temporarilv been held up. He is still in C. H. Knebef-kamps stable. T. H. Bernhardt has named his recent purchase, the two-year-old filly by Thunderer Purling, Rumbling. The heavy entry list continues and fifty-eight horses were excluded from the first two races for Saturday. Jockey E. Martin is in great demand in the shorter dashes, particularly on two-year-olds. He has contracted with Al Kirby of the Jefferson Livingston stable for second call. The Ballot Miss Declare eolt in Jefferson Livingstons stable which has been in a bad way for most of the winter, is now in a fair way to recovery, but will not be trained until reaching Kentucky. Flattering offers have been received by II. G. Bedwell for the three-year-old Senator Norris, the potential Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes eligible. The information was received by trainer Joe Tigue from H. G. Bedwell.

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