Latest Turf Notes From Havre, Daily Racing Form, 1924-04-27


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3: I I Latest Turf Notes From Havre HAVRE DE GRACE, Md., April 26. Sam Louis took Fairlight from Ral Parr. R Romanelli will ride free lance in Canada. J Boden outdrew R F. Carmen in a claim for Guelph. C. Lang is reported improved in health in a Baltimore hospital. Guy Milton bought Charles J. Craigmile from W. E. Matthews. Edward Burke acted as presiding steward in the absence of George Brown, Jr. T. V. OBrien will take in the Pimlico meeting before going to New York. D. Kaiser, who claimed Salmon, turned , him over to D. Kearney for training. Joe Rowan, representing Frank Swenke, bought the two-year-cld Aggie from William Garth. Dr. H. J. McCarthy gelded Zama and an English importation of J. K. L. Ross named Tjandi. William Garth scratched Dunlin from the Eclipse Handicap to avoid the possibility of j a penalty in the Paumonok Handicap, feature of the Jamaica opening on Tuesday. John Boone, one of the oldest employees of the Jockey Club, who has been assisting ; Joe McLennan, will leave tomorrow for New York to take entries at Belmont Park and J Jamaica Monday. Terry Farley leaves for New York Sunday to attend to the colors on the New-York circuit. Bridgie Bennett will take over Farleys duties at Pimlico. W. B. McAtee j will continue in charge of the jockey room. When it developed that J. G. Wagnons j authorization as agent for the Freeport Stable was filed with the Jockey Club after | the disputed claim of the stable for Caligula, the claim was disallowed and Caligula re- : mains the property of P. H. Sims. 4

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