Right Off The Wire From Havre, Daily Racing Form, 1924-04-19


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I ! | I ! | : I i ■ — — — - ▼ I RIGHT OFF THE WIRE I FROM HAVRE HAVRE DE GRACE, Md., April 18. George IT. Bull, secretary of the Saratoga Association, braved the rain and was a club house visitor. | D. Kearney is training Accara, two two- : ! year- olds and two throe-yenr-okla for major I T. E. Striker. They are by Toddington from the marcs Accara and Asuda and were bred i [ by major Striker upon his farm near Timo- I nium. Major White also bred Accara and Asuda from Aiv.nn. a mare he bought several years ago. but never raced either of them. Kearney broke the young horses this j spring. Acontius raced in the second race today. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Arlington were vis- itors of the day and they were receiving congratulations on the birth of a grandson that has been christened Edward Arlington Yansickle. Mr. Arlington has decided to retire his fillies First Lady Harding and Lady Claridge. He has tiot chosen the mate for these Allies but said be would endeavor to obtain service to either Archaic or Paragon.

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