Devonshire Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1924-08-12


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j DEVONSHIRE TURF NOTES WINDSOR, Ont, Aug. IL G. Walls will ride here as a free lance. J. P. Polk arrived from Chicago with Ten Sixty and The Reaper. Sir Clarence was kicked in the stifle when at the post in the first race. George I.arsen, Chicago sportsman, arrived Saturday for an extended visit The condition books have been distributed for the Thorneliffe fall meeting. R. E. Worthington. E. Sorg and Bonnie Kercherberg were visitors from Buffalo. A. Gantner was set down for three days by the starter for disobedience at the post in the fourth race Saturday. Mr. Smithson, the Washington sportsman and contractor, who has a string of horses at Fort Erie, is a visitor here. J. Speers, owner and manager of both tracks at Winnipeg, is here soliciting horses for the meeting that begins August 30. Frank McCoy, the Buffalo sportsman, bought Topi, a three-year-old filly by Col. Vennie Rosanne, from B. Price at private terms.

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