Right Off The Wire From Havre, Daily Racing Form, 1924-04-17


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i l | [ j i j ! , | j j I ! I | I | i RIGHT OFF THE WIRE FROM HAVRE HAVRE DE GRACE, Md., April 16.— Mortimer Lynch took in the Inaugural. Mike Gorman turned up after a trip from his home in Ottawa. J. W. Healy arrived from Phoenixville. Pa., with five horses. William Oliver is an arrival from Tijuana. ] He left his stock there. L. McAtee, one of the stars of last year, began his 1924 campaign. James Fitzsimmons has wired that he will be on from Aqueduct with ten horses Satur- day. Lord Granite was scratched today because of having a car tit while being shipped from Bowie. l James Milton got back into action at the starting gate, having been idle since the close I at Havana. Earl Sande will join the riding colony later j in the me -ting, although his tack has not | arrived yet. Albert Johnson, a recent addition to the benedicts will be seen with the silks up at I this meeting. Chick Lang is a victim of yellow jaundice. It is for that reason that he has not been riding much of late. Espin and Kscott, the English jumping riders under contract to W. A. Read of the Laurel Park stud, are here to ride. John W. Pangle brought J. Dawson, his Havana development, to ride here. The boy will be turned back to James Fitzsimmons later. Terry Farley, who rules the jockeys room, reported that 79 jockeys badges had been issued up to noon. There will no dearth of riders. Mike Lynch, who has made a habit of starting at Hunt meetings has been engaged as an assistant to Lester Dean for the Ohio meetings. Herman Conkling. who has been idle since the close of the Fair Grounds meeting, resumed his activities in the stand, representing the association as steward. Henry McDaniel received word that commander J. K. L. Bess, for whom he trains, I will be a visitor here in a few days. The Boss string will be campaigned at Pimlico and then shipped to Toronto. Officials of the Havre de Grace course are searching for William Mehen, who is unknown to them. A telegram adelressed to him here announces that his mother died Wedenesday at 8 :4j a. m. and is signed by J. Mehen. J. W. Healy, Jr.. trainer of the horses of A. C. Bostwick. will be given six head to campaign over the Canadian circuit in the colors of H. P. Whitney, llealey developed Spot Cash for the master of Prookdale. Mr. Bostwick later bought the colt. . «

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