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


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TURF NEWS OF THE DAY FROM DORVAL PARK P. Clausen arrived from Maple Heights with the horses of A. J. W ells. J. W. Healey will send the jumpers of A. C. Bostwick to Hamilton Thursday. J. W. Healey, Sr., is spending a few days at his home in Phoenixville, Pa., and will return to the circuit at Hamilton. W. H. Bringloe has offered E. Scobie a Seagram Stable mount in the Canadian Derby. W. E.- Burke reported that he has arranged to ship eight cars of hcrses from this section to Devonshire. Charles Hagen departed for his home in Brantford because of the illness of his mcther. J. McCue arrived from New York in advance of Lord Wrack and Maurie Cohen, which he will race here. McCue also will make riding engagements for E. Kummer and George King, the boy who rode St. Quentin to victory in the maiden jockeys race at Blue Bonnets.

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