Latest Turf Gossip From Havre, Daily Racing Form, 1924-04-25


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S LATEST TURF GOSSIP FROM HAVRE HAVRK IH GIIACE. April 21. L. E. Ruben claimed Humble for ,000. J. Wessler is planning to open a public - stable. Specs Crawford came over from Pimlico for the day. J. Shanks cancelled his engagements because of indisposition. A. C liostwicks horses will be shipped to limlico in a day or two. Harry I-ittlefiold, former trainer of the Seagram stable is a visitor. Fred Uiehard and Raymond Heaudre returned to their homes in Montreal. Sergeant A. Swenke will race at Jamaica and then make his annual trip over the anadian circuit. Huon Pine was kicked at the post yesterday and will be away from the post for a week or ten days. George Phillips reclaimed Aggravating Iapa for ,750. He lost the horse a few days ago for ,G0O. J. McTaggart will ride out the Maryland season for H. Kites. He expects his brother, Tom, to appear in the saddle at Pimlico. F. Kspin, the English steeplechaser, will go to Belmont Park to ride at the United Hunts meeting. He will return to Maryland for the Pimlico jumping races. A two-year-old bolted through the fence with J. Dawson this morning, bruising one of his shoulders. He will be able to resume riding tomorrow. E. Kathman, one of the cleverest of the young trainers, has signed to train for T. W. Olirien and will ship to Jamaica for the opening of the metropolitan season next week. Henry Church, a nineteen-year-old lad in the employ of H. t;. Cedwell, had his tirst mount on Seths Lemon. He has been with Hedwell two years and is looked upon as a good prospect by the holder of his contract. J. ". Wagnon claimed Caligula for ,000 for the Freeport Stable, but the claim was contested on the ground that he is not an agent of the stable. He says he is registered as such with the Jockey Club. A. S. Wood-liffe will keep the gelding pending proof of Wagnons contention. The Freeport Stable, represented by its trainer, .1. i. Wagnon, gets Calisrula upon its •lain* of yesterday. The transfer of the hoiy from the stable of P. H. Sims was held up pending word from the Jockey Club that Wagnon was registered as authorized agent of the Freeport establishment. Chick 1-ang was taken to the Halimore General Hospital this morning. He has been suffering frcm yellow jaundice but left his bed a few days ai;o and was believed to be well on the road to recovery, but doubled into a knot this morning and was unable to resume an upright position. The Canadian youth led the American riders in 1921 and finished one winnine; mount behind L. M. Fator for th • honors .n VJii.

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