Latest Turf Notes From Havre, Daily Racing Form, 1924-04-26


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Latest Turf Notes From Havre HAVRE DE GRACE, Md, April 25. C. A Applegate left his horses at Belmont Park and turned up here. T. H. Wilson will ship the J. Magnus horses to Jamaica Sunday. Tom Gorman, representing Conna.ight Fark, is expected here daily. Robert Waldon is due at Pimlico with six horses he wintered at Middleburg, Md. Starter Milton set Chalmers down for three days for disobedience in the fifth race. W. E. Burke is accepting stable applications for the Thorncliffe meeting May 28 to June 5. J. W. Healy, Jr., shipped all the horses in his care, with the exception of two jumpers, to Pimlico. W. A Rosea claimed Bonfire and gave him to George Peterson for training. Rosen j formerly owned the plater. J. Shanks resumed riding after a days illness, and J. Howard, after being kept on the ground a week by his contract employer. Because J. G. Wagoner, trainer e f Poe, ! suffered a hemorrhage last night, the horse was scratched from the second race today. Walter Burke, former hustler of engagements for Eddie Dugan and at present an employee in the mutuels, chose the name of Walter Elwood for a son born Saturday. Gwyn Tompkins, with the Ren Riddle horses, and Bob Smith, with those of Mrs. W. M. Jeffords, arrived at Pimlico. The first foals of Man o" War are in these shipments.

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