Right Off The Wire From Havre, Daily Racing Form, 1924-04-25


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RIGHT OFF THE WIRE FROM HAVRE J. Wallace became ill after his hard riding on Vitamin y sterday and cancelled his engagements to ride the last winner. The boy lias be. ii suffering from stoinaeh trouble for se vera] months. His physician ad-Vised him sat to ride more than two or three horses a day until d« sdaetkMM BIS made from Uii X-ray taken this morning. Joe M-l.ennon reports success in his solicitation of entries for the stakes of the Ontario Jockey Club, first of the eight Canadian Jlaelng Associations tracks to race this year. He has been promised many good horses, including Flint Stone arid A. C. Post wicks Spot Cash, winner of the Philadelphia Handicap, as well as New Hampshire and GsMSB Rule from the J. K. L Ross establishment.

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