Items of Interest from Blue Bonnets, Daily Racing Form, 1924-06-13


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i 1 , , 2 : p . . p „ J ■ u I _ | | _ t j i . • ■ I ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM BLUE BONNETS MONTREAL, Que.. June 12. Dean Lloyd, formerly a jockey but now in the theatrical business, took in the closing ■ days racing here. Mike Gorman is an arrival from his home in Ottawa. The jumpers of A. C. Bostwick will be 1 shipped to Hamilton while the flat runners are campaigning at Dorval. Drummond came out of his race of Wednes-I day favoring a bad knee. Ray Bryson will race at Dorval and then 1 ship to Chicago. Rocking Horse, one of his j [ jumpers, will be sent to Hamilton. j Nominations for the three Dorval stakes ; were issued in booklet. The Lord Byng Cup 1 ! Handicap at a mile and an eighth for three- ■ J ! year-olds and upward foaled in Canada, has 5 an added value of ,000 and will be con-_ ■ ! tested at the opening Saturday. The Dorval I j Juvenile Stakes of the same value will be 1 I I decided next Wednesday, leaving the Queens ; Hotel Handicap, with its ,000 value, for the 1 | S last day of the meeting. This is an open I j handicap at a mile and a sixteenth. ]

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