Turf News Of The Day From Pimlico, Daily Racing Form, 1924-05-14


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TURF NEWS OF THE DAY FROM PIMLICO "Kansas City" Sam Rouis departed for New York tonight Phil White, Donald Hay and Claire De-Rocher will calculate on the Canadian circuit. J. McCue will send Rord Wrack to New York, pick up a couple of horses there and proceed to Oitawa. J. R. Campbell distributed Windsor Jockey Club Stake blanks. This meeting will be featured by the Frontier Handicap. J. W. Reans Donaghee will be sent to Toronto by J. P. Smith. Donaghee ran well in the Preakness, finishing fourth. Ray Rryson sent his stable to Woodbine today. The jumpers of Foxhall Keene and B. Pending are on their way to Toronto. J. W. Healey, Sr., will act as asont for F. Ambrose Clark at Toronto .and will take Minata there with a jumper of his own. J. Arthurs Leonard G. was badly kicked at the post in the sixth race Monday but suffered no internal injury, veterinarians decided today. W. Irvine says he will ship to Woodbine and return to New York after that meeting. Bob Robertson is going to Rlue Ron-nets. J. T. Kermath will ship four jumpers to Belmont Park and the remainder of the Ralph Reaver Strassburger steeplechasers to Wocdbine. J. Loftus shipped Apprehension and F.ionza to New York. The Oak Ridge Stable will have nothing in the Derby. Apprehension was cut about the legs in the Preak:i.ss. W. B. McAtee, who has been in charge of the jockey rooms, will devote his time to scouting for baseball recruits until the opening at Havre de Grace in September. W. Milner plans to visit his home in Toronto for a week before reporting to T. W. OBrien in New York. He had one winner to ride before losing his apprentice allowance. Requests from distant parts of the country have been received for copies of the Preakness souvenir book, dedicated to W. P. R]gg V The book contains many historic facts of general interest. Word received here says that difference between officials of Oriental Park and the National Casino at Havana have been adjusted and that both will operate next winter as in the past. W. Rooth will send the jumpers in his care to Relmont Park Friday. Ryng is the problem of this stable. It is impossible to keep his saddle from slipping. If a breastplate is used he will not jump. This is a graduate hunter that won at three and a half miles over post and rail. a .

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