August Belmonts Entries: Chairman of Jockey Club Names Ladkin and Ordinance for Renewal of Chicago Derby, Daily Racing Form, 1924-06-17


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ai Cl r of of iza its JJ the are an tiv tives by Dv a if .f 19; 1923 to to , N er, era less. lgj yi nf Jo ne M 1 h l .. • *J J of out f row 1 on * AUGUST BELMONTS ENTRIES SI ST. Chairman of Jockey Club Names M Ladkin and Ordinance for Renewal of Chicago Derby. The officers of the Chicago Business Mens Racing Association yesterday received one ye; the greatest compliments since its organ- th the ization when two entries were received for Derby from August Belmont, chairman of hotel no New York Jockey Club. The entries Ladkin and Ordinance, two representa- cit city worthy of the traditions of the stable. br The first batch of eastern entries gathered Herman Conkling at Belmont Park also I E arrived. One of the most interesting of the I I entries was Mrs. Vanderbilts Sarazen and ya Max Hirsch can bring the sensation of to the post it will give an added interest to the stake. Other eastern entries were J. S. Cosdens i de Nautical. J. E. Maddens Polo Ground. Rivi- in ing Stables Fabian and J. E. Davis Relent- jL Mr. Davis is a member of the New j i of of York Jockey Club and the East seems to 1 the have active designs on the stake. John Irwin, chairman of the Hawthorne Uc day Jockey Club, is back in the city restored to , g« get health and he, Charles Essig and Joseph A. . ai and Murphy will make an inspection of the club- - si house, which is rapidly approaching comple- tl0n- a a Francis Dunne arrived in the city ana A 1 ]a spent the day at the grounds getting charts • n the stables and will begin at once laying t ul the stall reservations. Instead of a shed 1 j g, Billy Myer has started two new stables 3 fc for the site of the old Corrigan yearling barn. This will add considerably to the stable room.

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