Latest Turf Notes from Jamaica, Daily Racing Form, 1924-05-16


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I j ; j i j | j j j I ! : | I : | I j i I j I : I I I j I 1 1 j ■ ■ . — . ■ Latest Turf Notes From Jamaica JAMAICA, N. Y., May 15. Mrs. A. Swenke claimed Tangerine from C. Buxton for ,500. Jockey Albert Johnson arrived from Pim-lico and accepted mounts. N. Forsley, better known as "Nick F.," was an arrival and joined the oralizers on the lawn. Jockey L McAtee left for Louisville to pilot Harry Payne WTiitneys Transmute in the Derby. T. J. Healey unloaded the division of the R T. Wilson and W. J. Salmon Stables that raced at Pimlieo. Trainer L Feustel, following Ordinances victory in the Stuyvesant, has decided to start the colt in the Belmont Stakes and he will be trained with that end in view. Among the notables from New York are Mr. and Mrs. William Zeigler and J. Curry Watvon, Mrs. Zeiglers father. They are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Smith. Charles F. Hill, of the Tohoroughbred Sales Company, who will conduct a public sale at Belmont Park on May 24, reports that ho has received a consignment from the Lilane Stable and George Odom, in addition to those which are catalogued. J. M. Smoot, president of the Miami Jockey "lub, was a Jamaica visitor yesterday and conferred with manager Luke A. Cassidy. iMr. Smoot expressed pleasure over the re- quests of the big eastern stables for ac- corr.modations next winter. Robert J. Brown died at his home in Brooklyn yesterday from paralysis of the bowels. The deceased was a brother of the well known operator, Richard D., and en- jcyed a wide acquaintance on many tracks throughout the country. On receipt of the news of the death, Mrs. E. M. Browns Amor was scratched from the Newtown Claiming Stakes. Trainer Alec Gordon arrived from Pimlieo yesterday morning with the Preakness Stakes winner, Nellie Morse. She unloaded in splendid condition at Belmont Park! The daughter of Luke McLoke — La Venganza will be seen under colors before she starts west for the renewal of the Kentucky Oaks. Trainer [Cordon left for Louisville last night to sad-idle Mr. Mutt in the Kentucky Derby. Owner H. C. Fisher left on the same train. The exodus of eastern . riders that are to i have mounts in the renewal f the Kentucky Derby ceased yesterday with the departure . of L. McAtee, B. Marinelli, C. Ponce and I Albert Johnson. The latter, following a tele- phone talk with the Gallagher Brothers, will 1 have the mount on Chilhowee. McAtee will I ride Harry Payne Whitneys Transmute, , Ponce on Mrs. W. M. Jeffords Diogenes, and [ Marinelli on Thormlale. With Earl Sande , and L. Fator in the West, the East has a 1 chance to take down some portion of the ■ j spoils.

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