Windsor Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1924-08-26


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WINDSOR TURF NOTES WINDSOR, Ont., Aug. 25. T. Wilson was fined 00 and suspended for the meeting for rough riding astride Kings Court on Saturday. Ching Hare arrived from Toronto to attend to details of the opening of the Kenilworth meeting Wednesday. S. N. Holman shipped Times Up, Banker Brown and Winsome Lady to Toledo. P. Groos accompanied tho stable. T. R. Quinn departed for Saratoga to add to the string of horses he will campaign on the eastern end of the circuit. M. Liebgcld, who was thrown by Sonny Bunny, was unconscious for a time, but recovered without serious injury. For causing the jam in which J. Stevens was thrown from Black Shasta, H. Thomas was fined 00 and suspended for the remainder of the meeting with tho recommendation to the Canadian Racing Associations that his term on the ground be extended ten days. Judge Nelson, representing the Canadian Racing Associations, approved the extension.

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