Fair Grounds Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1924-01-25


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FAIR GROUNDS NOTES I. G. Roth has purchased Translate from AVm. Perkins at a private sale. Bobc Potee, connected with the J. S. Cos-den stable, will leave with jockey Chick Lans for Maryland, Saturday night. S. A. Stewards Blue Stone, which went lame in a recent workout, was fired during the forenoon by Dr. J. H. ODonnell. Seventy-six horses were excluded from the program for Thursday, forty-three coming out of the second race and the seventh being divided. On account of the change in . track conditions the fields were greatly reduced in the feature races. The third and fifth races each had four starters. "Wednesday was probably the heaviest work day of the meeting, nearly two hundred and sixty horses being given preliminaries with Childs Play turning in the best workout. McBrayer Moore, well known breeder of Danville, Ky., who lias several juveniles here in the care of Tommy Taylor, was an arrival today. He intends to spend several weeks here. Attention of horsemen was called by racing secretary McLennan to the closing of nominations Saturday for the Comus Handicap, ,000 added, at one mile and a sixteenth, for three-year-olds. The stewards have ordered the posting of the following notice: "When trainers arc unable to work their horses during the morning hours, permission will be granted by the stewards, upon request, between the hours of 1 p. m. and 2 :30 p. m.

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