Fair Grounds Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1924-02-15


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FAIR GROUNDS NOTES Lurie Brothers have disposed of Silent King to Phil Unger at a private sale. Mitau, the thrcc-year-old filly in the stable of D. R. McDaniel, has been fired. Seventy-five horses were excluded from the card for Friday, sixty-five being dropped from the second race, a claiming dash at three-quarters. Mode Nicholl was an arrival from Lexington Thursday and plans to spend a few days here and, if possible, purchase several thoroughbreds to be used in horse show circles. William Woollatt, president and general manager of the Devonshire track, is due here-Sunday to interest horsemen in the two meetings to be conducted at his plant during the summer. Lou Calm returned to New Orleans in time to attend the dispersal sale of his stable in local training in the paddock Thursday morning. Ho has just returned from Lexington where he had gone to take his other horses out of winter quarters and place them in training at the Kentucky Association trade The horses include Bo McMillan, Parader, Climax and three two-year-olds.

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