Turf News of the Day from Dorval Park, Daily Racing Form, 1924-06-22


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TURF NEWS OF THE DAY FROM D0RVAL PARK MONTREAL. Que.. June 21. Jockey W. Boganowski leaves for Chicago •with W. Caywood, and will ride the horses that the latter is training at that meeting. J. O. Burttschell is among the horsemen •who have arranged to ship from here to Devonshire. James Boden also leaves for i the Windsor course with the Triple Springs Farm horses. Ernie Mayratt is another who has arranged to ship to Devonshire. I Preston Burch left for Hamilton with the Nevada Stock Farm string. Jockey Lee accompanied him. Before leaving here he arranged to send six of the horses to Windsor in charge of J. Carroll MitchelL • Among the visitors this afternoon were T. J. Healey, who came up from New York to arrange for the shipment back to Belmont Park of the division of the Wilson-Salmon string that have been racing at the Quebec tracks during the past six weeks. Jockey Marinclli accompanied Mr. Healey and rode several of the stables starters this afternoon. Joe Forgione, a cousin of B. Marinelli, accompanied the rider from New York. John Lynch, proprietor of the Grand Opera House Hotel at Hamilton, returned home after spending the meeting here. Frank Navin, the well-known baseball magnate, was a visitor. John I. Smith will ship Exterminator to Fort Erie with the other Kilmer horses in his care and will send him from there to Binghamton. Edward Seagram came from his home in Waterloo to see Digit carry his silks in the Queens Hotel Cup. Little Black Sheep has developed an osse-let Tom Hodge will fire her and turn her out here. ♦ •

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