Horses Reach Hawthorne: First Consignment for Coming Meeting Arrive in Chicago-More Entries for Derby, Daily Racing Form, 1924-06-10


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j i | I i i j j HORSES REACH HAWTHORNE I First Consignment for Coming Meeting Arrive in Chicago — More Entries for Derby. The first consignment of horses for the , Hawthorne meeting from outside arrived yesterday. It was the string of W. J. Potter, in charge of Heine Cavanagh from Mobile, Ala., where it has been freshening up since the close of racing at Jefferson Park. In the i consignment were Boy O Boy, Wireless, j Brilliant, Gee, Parvo, Herald, Bench Manager, i Eventide, and Holki. The stake entries of the Audley Farm l| Stable of Montfort and B. B. Jones were also i received from Iatonia. They include Lord 1 Martin in the Derby, Belsoni in the Indc-j j pendence Handicap, and FTurf Rider, Rock-minster and Belzoni in the Labor Day Handicap. j 1 A. F. Dayton also sent in Doc Horn for the Derby and Plucky for the other two I I stakes. j Managers Murphy and Essig made an in- j I spection of the grounds and complimented ! j Billy Myer on the progress of the work. The stables have all been put in first class order and the new shed row of stalls will be under way this morning. The roof is on the club house and it will be ready betore the time set in the contract. The old government building under the bleachers was also laid out and will take i j care of eighty horses. This will bring the stabling room up to 1,000 stalls.

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