Late Turf News from Blue Bonnets, Daily Racing Form, 1924-06-11


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n ,s d to 0 as 18 ? ie n *T e .n n id 3t e_ id s- ld 3e 3e :e jg . . LATE TURF NEWS FROM BLUE BONNETS Joe Garrett is one of the recent additions 3 ; to the Canadian riding colony. He reported from Ohio. Preston Burch arrived in advance of the ; fifteen head he shipped from Pimlico here to carry the silks of the Nevada Stock Farm. General Thatcher is the. most pretentious of i the string. L. G. Bedwell is leaving with eleven of the 1 ■ Kenton Stable horses for a seventy-day cam- paign at Vancouver, Mary Dear cut a tendon when she lurched 1 and struck the fence near the finish of the 2 first race Saturday and will be out of racing ? for two or three weeks. Terry Wilson was suspended for the real - mainder of the meeting and fined fifty dol-*d - lars for carrying Battleman out into the e strecth of the first race Saturday. Frank Swenke arrived from Belmont to look over his horses in charge of Joe Rowan. His brother, August, will enter the Canadian circuit at Hamilton. H. J. Burke is an addition to the riding = colony.

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