Right Off The Wire From Havre, Daily Racing Form, 1924-04-20


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RIGHT OFF THE WIRE FROM HAVRE HAVRE DE GRACE Md., April M.— Stanley Stratton has been posted for deserting the employ of W. Cay wood. Because of a doubt of Edistos mud running ability, James Rowe scratched the colt from the opening race today. Roddy Patterson will continue to train the horses of Edward Arlington which he brought to Maryland from Tijtana. J. J. McCue claimed Bord Wrack from Mrs. A. E. Alexandra for ,600 and Sam Louis took Aggravating Papa from J. McMil-len for the same price. Racing Secretary. McLennan is making a search for Benjamin Stein, a youth who ran away from home. Word here is that his mother is grief stricken. Roy Waldron is pointing the Xalapa Farms Happy Thoughts for the Pimlico and Kentucky Oaks. This filly was beaten only by Sarazen as a two-year-old. G. D. Bryan left Mobile for his Atlantic City home according to word received here. Mr. Bryan suffered a stroke at the Alabama city on his way to Bowie from Jefferson Park. Bord Baltimore IT., one of J. S. Cosdens good three-year-olds went a slow three-quarters and the expensive Cyclone which never started was sent a mile and a quarter at Pimlico today. William Jennings reported the arrival at his Glengar Farm at Mount Washington, Md.. of a colt foal by Foreground from the French mare, Orleans III. H. G. Bedwell, owner of Foreground bred sixteen mares to him this Spring. Starter James Milton is the recipient of a season pass to the games of the New York Giants. It is a present from Charles A. Stoneham, president of the National league club. The token is attractively designed, representing a rustic gate upon which are embossed the letters "Open gate".

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