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


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TURF NEWS OF THE DAY FROM AQUEDUCT AQUEDUCT, L. I., N. Y., June 28. The Glen Riddle Stable, in charge of Gwyn Tompkins, will be shipped from here to Saratoga at the conclusion of this meeting. Polo Ground, the J. E. Madden candidate in the renewal of the Latonia Derby, will be returned to Aqueduct immediately following the race. John Hastings will ship his stable of jumpers to Saratoga on Thursday next, where they will be made ready for their engagements during the August racing. Gasper, which started for the Laurel Park Stud Stable in the Winfield Steeplechase, came out of the race badly lamed and it may be some time before he is seen under silks again. Jockey Ackers was suspended for the remainder of the meeting and his case referred to the National Steeplechase and Hunts Association for further action. Ackers had the mount on Jim Coffroth. S. L. Burchs Belle Artiste, which was severely kicked while at the post during the Belmont Park meeting, is recovering and hopes are held out that she may be returned to tha: races next fall. The kick, landed full on the knee and was a severe injury. C. K. Moore, who trains the horses of A. J. Contento, said at Aqueduct Saturday that a reason for not sending the horses of the stable to the sales ring Thursday, as had besn announced, was that they were not in sale condition and that there would be no vendue at this time.

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