Belmont Paek Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1924-09-09


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BELMONT PARK NOTES NEW YORK, N. Y., Sept 8. Monna Vanna, which was jumped upon in a race Saturday, was so badly Injured that it was found necessary to destroy him. James W. Bean, of Washington, who recently underwent an operation for appendicitis, was an arrival from that point Frank J. Bryan, who was the presiding official of the Timonium meeting, arrived from Baltimore, Md., this morning. My Own, Admiral Cary T. Graysons International candidate for the mile race at Aqueduct, worked a mile in extremely handy fashion over that course in 1:40. The Oak Ridge Stable reported that a yearling brown filly, by Son-In-Law from Simmy, which was purchased from the Him-yar Stud at the Saratoga sales, died from pneumonia this morning. Johnson N. Camdens Futurity candidate. Pas Seul, worked three-quarters out of the chute following the running of the first race in 1:11, well in hand. The work was part of his preparation for the Futurity. John F. Schorr will ship the E. B. McLean stable from here to Havre de Grace on September 15. Sweep Park, which he has charge of for E. G. Drake, will be shipped back to Kentucky following the running of the Futurity, in which he is a sure starter.

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