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


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l . , - - f i e I I r | e e o i. b - I * TURF NEWS OF THE DAY FROM BELMONT PARK NEW YORK, N. Y., June 5. Marshall Cassidy was a vistor at Belmont t Park. He came in from Thorncliffe, where 8 he officiated as starter. He was acccm-, " panied by George Parmer. F. Dahnken claimed Master Billy from ti W. Daniel following the first race for ,500. . T. J. Healey left for Montreal to inspect ;l the division of the R. T. Wilson and W. J. Salmon stables that J. Pryce is campaigning over the Canadian circuit. R, H. Crawford, who shipped a division of f the Queen City Stable to Montreal, was an-i i- other departure for that point. The Leona Farm horses, eight in number, unloaded from Ixmisville, Ky., in Rocd con-el l- dition. The stable is headed by ChiUagong, ?, six two-year-olds and the subscription n steeplechaser Conquorant. Jockey P. Rogers, an English steeplechase ie rider under contract to John Hastings, ac-o B- cepted his first mount in this country today .y when he rode Shining Bachelor, John F. Schorr was an arrival from La- I- tonia to saddle E. B. McLeans Modest in in the ruaninji of the Belmont Stakes.

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