Twenty Years Ago Today, Daily Racing Form, 1924-03-15


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Twenty Years Ago Today Chief Turf Events of March 15, 1904 Racing at New Orleans, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Hot Springs. The French Jockey Club has refused to grant a license to J. Relff. Horsemen at Montgomery Park are sympathizing with Harry McDaniel, trainer of the Bennett Stable, owing to a sudden attack of rheumatism, which has incapacitated him for active service with the extensive racing establishment entrusted to his care. Endurance By Right, the noted mare for which the late W. C. Whitney paid 5,000 as a two-year-old, has just foaled a bay colt by Hamburg at La Belle Stud. This is the most valuable foal dropped there this year, Mr. Whitney having paid 0,000 for the famous sire. Ed Hughes says that Halma, the son of Hanover Julia L., which is the leading stallion at Mr. Vanderbllts Ylllebon Stud, in France, has already attracted the attention of French breeders. A sen-ice to Halma costs 00 and French turfmen now seek another infusion of Hanover blood. Fred Burlew, for himself and Newton Bennington, has under consideration a flattering offer which was made for the good colt Hello several days ago. A few weeks agj Burlew sold a half interest in the three year-old to Mr. Bennington for ,000. Hello is very richly engaged and, considering the form he displayed last autumn, and his present promise of going along in the right way, he certainjy is a desirable acquisition to any stabb.

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