Turf News of the Day from Hamilton, Daily Racing Form, 1924-06-29


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TURF NEWS OF THE DAY FROM HAMILTON HAMILTON, Ont. June 28. W. P. Fraser returned to Toronto Friday night after a visit here. C. C. Smithson took first call on jockey Chalmers for the Fort Erie meeting. Because the horses in his care became sick, -A. J. Bell shipped to the Woodbine. Persistence was destroyed after breaking down in the fourth race Wednesday. Frank Swenke bought Thcssaly from F. J. Kearns. Joe Rowan trains for Swenke. Ray Bryson wired L. Morris that he arrived in Chicago and that his horses shipped well. Commander J. K. 1. Ross is an arrival from New York, where he went after the Dorval meeting. For rough riding on Night Shade Friday A. Allen was suspended for the remainder of the meeting. S. Bullman will do the riding for Frank Swenke. Jess Bennett is handling the boys book for outside mounts. P. Groos deserted his contract employer, S. N. Holman. Horsemen are warned not to harbor nor employ him. Castoffs from the J. K. I. Ross stable will .be offered at auction in the Fort Erie paddock a week from Monday. Roy "Happy" Gordon is making riding engagements for E. Scobie, F. Stevens and J. Mclver. Shaum Gilmartin is spending a few days here before going to Fort Erie to open the mutuel plant there. Sun Los and Sun Lady will be "added to the W. S. Kilmer string in charge of John I. Smith at Fort Erie. J. Wallace was suspended for the last two days of the meeting for impeding Fair JVIyrtle in the stretch run of the first race today. John Hynes, trainer for the Thornclirfe Stable, sold Beljoy to W. G. Campbell and announced that be will weed out some of the older horses in lus care by private sale. William Woodard and Charles E. Marvin, who came here to solicit membership in the Thoroughbred Horse Association, will leave for Kentucky Sunday. They reported satisfaction with the response cf horsemen here. A. Clausner was graduated from the maiden ranks when he won on Beau of the West Friday. The boy is under contract to the. Seagram Stable and is considered a good prospect. In two of the first three races he rode he began in front. Skeets Martin turned up from Kentucky with four of the horses barred here two years ago when owned by N. Brenner. They are presented as the property of M. McFayden. but the stewards announced that they will not be allowed to start.

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