Turf News of the Day from Aqueduct, Daily Racing Form, 1924-06-19


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1 ♦ TURF NEWS OF THE DAY FROM AQUEDUCT NEW YORK, N. Y., June 18. H. Goodwin has taken over the engagement book of the apprentice T. Doyle, under contract to W. S. Kilmer. l.ee Campbell, one of the old guard, was an arrival from California and plans to remain here for the summer. P. M. Nagle claimed Hot Dog out of the first race for ,000 and S. Louis secured Myrtle Belle out of the same race for ,000. It has been decided that the Harry Payne Whitney Stable will not ship a candidate from here to Iatonia for the renewal of the Latonia Derby. Trainer Gwyn Tompkins reports that the Glen Riddle band of two-year-olds have started galloping following the attack of sickness which crippled the stable earlier this year. Three Johns Hopkins doctors, Finney, Stiine and Magee, have been called in to i hold a consultation in reference to the case i of J. W. Bean, who showed some improvement yesterday. Latest word is that he will improve reasonably slow. Trainer John Loftus of the Oak Ridge , Stable announced that he would not have n representative in the renewal of the La-t ia Derby. Mino. a three-year-old in the stable, will be shipped to H. P. Headleys farm and turned out for the rest of the . season.

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