Jefferson Park Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1924-03-07


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JEFFERSON PARK NOTES R. .T. Howell has purchased the four-year-old filly, Haidee, from C. H. Hughes and she ran in the interest of her new owner in the second race. W. E. Deegans, president of the Huntington Bacing Association, accompanied by a party of friends, was among the arrivals today for a brief visit. There were fifty-six horses excluded from Thursdays card, fifty-two of the number being dropped from the second, a three-quarters dash for platers. Carey Winfrey has taken over the horses belonging to the Kenton Stable to train for the remainder of the meeting. The horses were formerly handled by Joe Tigue. Former jockey George Swain was an arrival from Tijuana during the day. He looked after the interests of jockey G. Abel, the promising apprentice rider, while cn the coast.

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