Turf News of the Day from Belmont Park, Daily Racing Form, 1924-06-04


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i i : - 1 - I ; i • i • » - • . - J ; - r - , _ t . , I . j a x J » TURF NEWS OF THE DAY FROM BELMONT PARK George Walker, trainer of the International Stable, left for Latonia yesterday. Hal Stevens fas an arrival from Toledo for a brief session of New York racing. J. F. Richardson purchased Hourmore from the Rancocas Stable at private terms. Little Celt was vanned to Jersey City and then shipped West. Walker was unsuceess-■ ful in his quest for a three -year -old to sport the silks of the Chicago owner, J. S. Cosdens Withers winner. Snob IT., was unleaded safely at Belmont Park yester- day. He was accompanied by a Trap Rock two-year-old, which was taken ill early this spring. J. S. Cosdens Snob II. has been put back in training following a season in the stud and is expected up from the farm at Char- lottesville, Va., next week, according to train- er Woods Garth. Charles Primrose, only recently back from Tijuana, celebrated his seventieth birthday at Belmont Park Monday. But Charlie oele- brates every day at the race course and he does not look or act mere than half his age. George T. Miller was a visitor at Belmont Park in the interests of the Devonshire meet- ing, which opens June 28 to continue until July 5. He reported that he had interested several horsemen to send strings to the Cana- dian track. Mr. Miller will also visit Kentucky on his present mission. James W. Bean, the Washington breeder, reports the arrival of four foals at his Silver Springs Farm. Maryland. Bruen Bells foaled a colt by The Wanderer, while Sweet Mar- jorie foaled a coit by the same sire. Sweet Flower has a filly by The Turk, while Syl-j vestre foaled a filly by The Wanderer. Fan Tan has foaled a colt by Peter Tan, a half brother to Miss Domino, and Blue Fox foaled a colt by the same sire. Sweeter Than Sugar foaled a colt by Wildair, while Jane Green foaled a colt by 121 Dinero II. The other, a filly, is by El Dinero II. out of Dublin Mary. The stallions to which the mares will be bred back have not been se-j lected arid a decision will be reached next week. , ■ *

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