Turf News of the Day from Belmont Park, Daily Racing Form, 1924-06-03


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; a [ ; l - 3 » 1 1 ■ _ j I ~ . B t _ ! n l_ . R. , n" . _ ,e TURF NEWS OF THE DAY [ FROM BELMONT PARK NEW YORK, N. Y., June 2. Men-is Strauss, a well-known clerk and commissioner, died Sunday. Funeral services will be held Tuesday morning. A division of the Queen City Stable will be shipped to Blue Bonnets today in charge of H. Crawford. Henry Akermans Gold Cup winner. Homestretch, has been thrown out of training for the remainder of the year. Trainer George Walker of the International Stable arrived to make arrangements to ship the recently acquired Little Celt to Latonia. The Hertz stable, in charge of trainer W. Doyle, unloaded at Jamaica yesterday after-f neon from Louisville, Ky., for an eastern campaign. News of the death of Joseph Moran, brother of Thomas Moran, trainer for the W. L. S. Martin stable, was received from Lexington, Ky., today. A. Swenke has sold the aged gelding Peter Piper to his brother, F. Swenke, and he will be shipped to Montreal and turned over to J. Rowan to train. The stewards warned jockey A. Schuttinger that further rough riding as he was guilty of in the Banter-Klondyke race will not be tolerated. E. B. McLeans Modest, accompanied by King ONeill II., which will be used as trial horse for Modests preparation for the Bel-t mont Stakes, arrived today. Trainer Alec Gordon arrived from Louis-_ ville, Ky., where he went to saddle Nellie Morse in the Kentucky Oaks. He reports that the filly was cut about the hind legs. She arrived at Belmont Park. John T. Kermath reports that the two jumpers, Houyhnhnm and Perkiomen, have been thrown out cf training for the remainder of the racing season. Both jumpers were in-t. jured at Pimlico and did not fully recover.

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