Jefferson Park Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1924-03-09


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JEFFERSON PARK NOTES W. J. Potter purchased Eventide from R. Lurie. Channel was claimed from the first race, by C. H. Knebelkamp, at a cost of ,000. Joseph P. Murphy, well known in turf circles, was an arrival Saturday from Florida, to remain for the remainder of the meeting. D. R. Puddin McDaniels has decided to pass up the Bowie meeting and will remain here until the middle of April before shipping to Maryland. Jack Pryce, trainer of the W. J. Salmon and R. T. Wilson horses, is arranging to ship from the Fair Grounds to Bowie at uie close of the Jefferson Park meeting. Henry Stark, owner of Barney Google and Fredericktown, departed for his home at Augusta, Ga., but plans to return here .to see Fredericktown run in tue Louisiana Derby. The Murray-Carr starting gate, according to S. N. Holman, manager, and Jake Holt-man, starter, of the Huntington Park meeting, is to be given a thorough trial at the spring meeting at that place.

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