Belmont Park Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1924-09-04


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BELMONT PARK NOTES NEW YORK, N. Y., Sept. 3. II. S. Hart claimed Gypsy King from J. E. Madden for ,000. The J. E. Widener and Lilane Stables arrived from Saratoga and took up quarters at Belmont Park and Aqueduct. Trainer T. J. Walsh left twelve yearlings at Saratoga for J. E. Widener in charge of Maurice Welsh, where they will be given their preliminary racing lessons. Harry Payne Whitneys Transmute, an eligible for the Lawrence Realization to be run Saturday, had a useful work for that engagement after the running of the second race when he ran a mile and a quarter in 2:09. He ran his first half in :52, three-quarters in 1 :17, mile in 1 :42 and the distance in 2 :09. He had plenty in reserve at the end and it was an impressive move.

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