Belmont Park Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1924-09-05


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BELMONT PARK NOTES NEW YORK, N. Y., Sept 4. A. Swenke arrived from Hawthorne ana reports that he had shipped his stable to Havre de Grace. Jockey M. Buxton arrived from Windsor and stated that the horses that his brother has there will be shipped to Woodbine for that meeting, and thence to Jamaica. J. N. Camden has turned over his two-year-old Pas Seul to Fred Kraft to handle for his engagement in the Futurity. Trainer D. A. Stewart will ship the other Camden horses west J. Byer arrived from Windsor and reports that the horses which raced at that point except those that carried the colors of George Pease would be shipped back to New York. The Pease horses are destined for the Woodbine meeting. William Steinmann, who for years had charge of the field glass stand on the New York, Maryland and New Orleans track, died suddenly this morning, while arranging his stock. Steinmann belonged to Brooklyn and was well known to racing followers. Ten mares aconsigned to the A. K. Ma-comber sale arrived at Belmont Park Thursday. Eight of these came from A. B. Hancocks Claiborne Farm in Kentucky. Tho other two from Miss. Elizabeth Daingerf ields Haylands Farm. This sale is to b conducted in the Belmont Park paddock, September H arid 12, by the Thoroughbred Sale Company, with George Bain officiating as auctioneer.

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