Fair Grounds Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1924-03-04


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FAIR GROUNDS NOTES Romany is among the casualties and will be out of the racing for some time. Benny Silverman and M. Glennon wero among the visitors, en route to Los Angeles. Barney Google, the speedy juvenile belonging to Henry Stark, has been turned back to AV. H. Fizer to train. Only eighteen horses, the smallest number in weeks, were excluded from the program for Tuesday at the Fair Grounds. Calcutta was excused from the fourth race by the- stewards, his owner. G. R. Allen, leporting that the horse had gone lame. In order that the patrons of the Fair Grounds may not be denied a chance to view the Rex parade Tuesday, the management set post time for the first race at 2:30 p. m. The exodus of stables for Jefferson Park continued Monday forenoon from the Fair Grounds. Among those to transfer their racers were Edward Trotter, Mrs. J. D. Mis-ick and R. J. McKeever, and those owned by Jefferson Livingston. Bob Keating, at the suggestion of friends of Eddie Wilson, former betting commissioner for Charley Ellison, today started a subscription in the hope of realizing enough money to send Wilson to Hot Springs. He is at present confined in a local hospital suffering from a severe attack of blood poisoning

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