Latest Turf Notes From Havre, Daily Racing Form, 1924-04-29


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♦ Latest Turf Notes From Havre HAVRE DE GRACE, Md., April 28.— R. E. Potts claimed Mary Rose for ,000. E. Saunderson outdrew Charles Turner on ,000 claims for F. Millers Vitamin. S. Louis sold Col. Whallen to W. Livingston and Fairlight to W. V. Casey. Frank J. Bruen is on his way from New York to Cuba for a weeks sojourn. T. T. Mott claimed Jewell V. D. for ,000. She will be raced in Canada. Tom Gorman, secretary of Connaught Park, arrived from Ottawa for a few days of missionary work. Frank J. Bryan and D. B. Campbell will look after the interests of the Ontario Jockey Club at the Pimlico meeting. G. W. Foreman. W. H. Crawford and B. F. Chapman will not race at Pimlico, but go direct to Woodbine. Riding for the first time in nearly two years, T. Rowan was suspended three days by starter Milton for disobedience at the post Saturday. G. C. Milton will ship four horses to Ottawa at the end of this meeting. J. A. Gibson and J. D. Mlssick also will leave for Ottawa after the Havre de Grace meeting. Rufus Shilling will arrive Tuesday with F. Hastings, G. A. Cochrans apprentice. The boy will ride here and at Pimlico. T. J. Healey has taken first call. J. Burke delayed his departure for New York to ride. Mary Rose in the second race. The many friends of Dan Murray were grieved to learn of his death in Chicago. Mr. Murray for many years was a leading chart maker and more recently associated with the Bentley-Murray publishing company of Chicago. E. Scobie was set down for the remainder of the meeting for attempting to prejudge the start on Sarko. This necessitates a hunt for another rider for Senator Norris in the Chesapeake, Vr ,000 Preakness trial, which will feature the closing program Wednesday.

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