Turf News of the Day from Aqueduct, Daily Racing Form, 1924-06-17


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, i 1 • • ! • , ; ; ■ • t . ■ • ! 1 9 j? ,1 TURF NEWS OF THE DAY FROM AQUEDUCT NEW YORK. N. T., June 16. Curtis, following an examination, was 3 found to have broken his ankle and he 3 was ordered destroyed. Priscilla Ruley, which was leased to P. A. . Clark for the running of the Coaching Club , Oaks, returned to the Belair Stud on Satur- day. C. E. Clark has purchased the mare Lady f Argos at private terms from C. W. Landers. . She will be shipped to Canada. Clark is on 1 the lookout for others. H. C. Fishers stallion Sporting Blood has , a fine looking crop of foals at Thomas Piatts ■ breeding establishment. He was bred back i to a dozen Fisher mares this spring. Claims were filed following the running % of the Canarsie Stakes, C. It. Anderson took v Pocket Mouse from the Greentree Stable B for ,S00, and Mrs. J. A. Coburn secured j Socrates from Wm. Daniel for ,000. A notice posted in the secretarys office 3 warns horsemen to apply for stabling at t Saratoga for only horses that will race. Un- - less allotted stalls owners are advised not t to ship. II. C. Fishers Preakness winner, Nellie « Morse, will not be shipped to Latonia to fulfill her engagement in the Latonia Oaks. She e will be seen under colors in the Gazelle e Stakes, to be run here on July 1, according 5 to trainer Alec Cordon. ♦

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