Turf News of the Day from Belmont Park, Daily Racing Form, 1924-06-14


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TURF NEWS OF THE DAY FROM BELMONT PARK NEW YORK, N. Y.. June 13. Jockey F. Smith, under contract to Frederick Johnson, was married at Jamaica on Thursday night to Miss Beatrice Hutchinson of Cincinnati, Ohio. By Play and Blue Silk, the two mares that John Schorr bought at the dispersal sale, held in the paddock on Thursday, for Ed-ward B. McLean, will bs slipped to Ash-burn, Virginia, where they will enter the stud. Frank J. Kearns arrived from Montreal, where he is campaigning a public stable to inspect several horses he has stabled at Jamaica. He returned to Montreal tonight. Luke A. Cassidy, manager of the Miami Jockey Club, was a visitor yesterday and will return south in a week or so. Tod Renesor was bought for Mrs. Hart Durnham at the Block dispersal sale and will be turned over to James Arthur to train. Miss Domino was claimed by E. J. Marrone for ,500 and Exalted Ruler by S. P. Pettit for ?3,000. Herman Conkling was a visitor at Belmont Park. He was busying himself clearing up the entries for the Chicago stakes that are to close Saturday.

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