Right Off The Wire From Havre, Daily Racing Form, 1924-04-23


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RIGHT OFF THE WIRE FROM HAVRE HAVRE DE GRACE, Md., April 22 — H. 1. Stearns claimed Luminist yesterday for ,000. Edward Brennan spent the day alotting stalls at Pimlico. J. Boden claimed Peter Paul from John F. Schorr for $:J,000. John Boon distributed stake blanks for the steeplechases at Saratoga. William Carth sold J. S. Cosdens two-year-old Crimp to B. B. Rice. French Lady was scratched ater the jockey board went up for the first race. E. Rathman will train a public stable at the Hawthorne meeting in Chicago. F. Richard and Raymond Beaudry. officials of the Dorville Jockey Club, are visitors. Woods Garth will ship a car of Cosden horses to Jamaica Sunday. He applied for 21 stalls at Pimlico. In another error, Bother was omitted from the Cosden-Parr entry made up of Sombre, Rejected and Bother. James Butler, who usually races at Jamaica in the spring, shipped ten head to Pimlico. . Most of them are three-year-olds. Paul Fox has been approved by the Maryland Racing Commission as agent for the Crow Point Stable and for Mrs. I. J. Fox. I. Router is authorized as agent for T. T. I -Mott. A trainers license was issued to J. Q.I Wagnon. J. Hill will be licensed to train for . S. lliinl and S. Judge to train for himself as soon as they start a horse under the juris- j diction of the Commission. Coltiletti tame from New . York to ride J Leopardess, but she was scratched because of thi- late rain. He returned to New York to assist Col. Harland with preparation ofj the Greentree Stable horses. Through errors in the secretarys office, Kdisto and Swinging went out in the entries as the In entree Stable and H. P. Whitney entry. Bdteto belongs to L. S. Thompson. The pair, however, ran as an entry. • .

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