Contemptible Trick Played on Trainer, Daily Racing Form, 1924-06-13


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I I I CONTEMPTIBLE TEICK PLAYED ON TRAINEE LONDON, June 12.— An extraordinary outrage took place Monday night at the stables of F. M. Vasey, a well Known race horso trainer at Doncaster. During the night some one entered the stables and deliberately opened the doors, releasing fourteen valuable horses. The animal3 run riot for several hours before the affair was disco%ered, several of them being badly injured in the interval. King Willow, a five-year-old horse, owned by H. Mollekin, was badly kickid by other horses, as were two three year-olds, Daybrook and Sternmarch. Soval, an aj;ed horse owned by Frank Curzon, suffered tho most serious injuries, and as a result, may never race again. Soval ran full tilt into a water-post, and the water tap penetrated his shoulder.

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