Hawthorne: News and Gossip of the Day at Chicagos Famous Track, Daily Racing Form, 1924-08-26


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HA WTHORNE News and Gossip of the Day at Chicagos Famous Track HAWTHORNE RACE TRACK, Aug. 25. H. P. Stearns has sold the horse,r Luminist, to the Derby Stable on private terms. The Roll Call and several other horses belonging to J. Bauer were shipped to Timon-ium, Md.f Monday morning. Al Stebler came out of his race Friday lame. That is the reason he was excused Saturday. I Harry Stutts headed the list of money win-J ning riders of last week. For the six days he drew down a total of 00 for his saddle work. C. W. Riedinger shipped Giblon, winnner of the Chicago Special, to Belmont Park where the colt will start in the Lawrence Realization Stakes. Dr. F. W. Ashe stopped off for a few days enroute from Huntington, West Virginia to Omaha. While here he will do missionary work for the Omaha meeting which opens September 9. Dr. Ashe brought the information that William Dondas is at the head of a syndicate that proposes to construct a new race track, about ten miles from Cincinnati and adjacent to Erlanger, Ky.

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