Right Off The Wire From Havre, Daily Racing Form, 1924-04-22


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I ■ . i i I j RIGHT OFF THE WIRE FROM HAVRE HAVRE PE GRACE. Md., April 21. Commander J. K. L Rooss is a visitor. G. M. Ridge and Theodore Coles are stabling at Timonium. James Fitzsimmons arrived from New York with ten of the Rlair Stud Stable. George Fields will ride here for Fitzsimmons. His engagements will be made by Harold Goodwin. W. Fenwick claimed Marie Maxim for ,000 and B. Harding took Leatherwood lor double that amount. A representative of Sam Turner is making reservations for the Rroadway Special to the Golden Jubilee Derby. Sam Louis sold Aggravating Papa to G. B. Fenwick. He claimed the horse from J. McMillcn Saturday for ,600. W. Irvine shipped four of E. F. Whitneys two-year-olds from Pimlico. They are Gym- nast, Starmatia. Permaehenee Belle and Barbara Frietchie. l r. Henry J. McCarthy fired Fluff for J. Bartel at Timonium. Dr. McCarthy is specializing in the treatment of bleeders. The Trout and Cold Foyle, which ran one-two in i ! the steeplechase recently, arc two of his j I patients. They are pronounced cured. He has just put the work on Amor Patriae and j . I Frank G. 1 ; 1 Word was received of the death in New I York of Bernie Bernstein. He was stricken after his return from New Orleans. The ] funeral will be held Wednesday from Elks j j Lodge, Ne. l. m New York. The eeeoeeedJJ i was one of the most popular of the regular followers of racing, being welcome in any ; I ; gathering because of his charm as a teller of stories. * i

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