Fair Grounds Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1924-01-31


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FAIR GROUNDS NOTES Mason Towle has been transferred to W.. II. "Whitehouse. Mose Goldblatt returned Wednesday after a trip to his home in Cincinnati. Melbourne, Patrick L. and Edward Gray-are lie latest additions to the schooling list.. G. Dyson and L. Simon have been granted jockey licenses by the Fair Grounds stew- ards. "W. J. Foley, trainer of the stable owned by Mrs. "W. J. Potter, today nominated Boy O Boy and Polvo for the Louisiana Derby. The first auction sale of the meeting has been set for February 10. It is probablo that twenty or more horses will be disposed of. The Tobacco Stable, owned by Laban Phelps, a Louisville man, made its debut today, B. C. Bunbury saddling Black Dinah, a juvenile in the opening dash. Joseph McLennan announced that on Feb-r ruary 1 he would begin distributing application blanks for trainer and jockey licenses on the New York and Maryland tracks for the coming season. Racing Secretary McLennan had sixty-seven throw-outs from the program for Thursday. Twenty-two came out of tho first, twenty-one out of the second, twenty-eight out of the seventh and four from thej fifth. i

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