Fair Grounds Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1924-02-05


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FAIR GROUNDS NOTES Horsemen were given the privilege of working their charges before the second race. Leonard G. and Dancing Fool are late nominations for the Louisiana Derby, bringing the list of entries for the big fixture to forty. Mose Goldblatt disposed of Anonymous to Mose Shapoff at a private sale. The horse will be trained by Art Goldblatt in the future. President Dymond, of the Business Mens Racing Association, ordered all flags half- masted at the Fair Grounds out of respect former President NVoodrow Wilson.

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