Fair Grounds Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1924-01-29


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FAIR GROUNDS NOTES Twenty-six horses were excluded from tho program for Tuesday and the sixth and seventh races split, Nominations for the Louisiana Derby, 5,-000 added, and which will be run at Jefferson Park, will close Saturday. There were many new faces at the course Monday, the visitors having arrived during Sunday from Eastern sections. Acting for Mose Goldblatt, Bobby Bowers Monday sold to Mrs. AV. J. Potter, Brilliant, a two-year-old colt by Broomstick Mahda. J. W. May, trainer of the S. M. Howard stable, returned Monday from a business trip to New York. He reports that Frigate will be on the shelf for a week or more. Major A. H. Jones of the United States Remount association, will arrive here shortly on his annual visit for membership in the association and also look over stallions for the Remount Bureau. According to word received from R. J. Gilmore, training the stable of Carl Wiede- mann, and of which In Memoriam is a mem- her, all of the racers have wintered well at Churchill Downs. Gilmore has three juveniles in his care for Wiedemann, one of which is a filly by Jim Gaffney Enchantress II., I which is a half-sister to In Memoriam.

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