Blue Bonnets Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1924-09-16


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BLUE BONNETS NOTES MONTREAL,, Que., Sept. 15. E. J. Morrow shipped his stock to Toronto. C. Li. Meripol returned to New York after a couple of days here. R. W. Duvall and A. H. Kesselman motored from Brooklyn for a few days of racing. M. Castillio, of Paris, nephew of Mrs. Hen-esy, owner of Luther III., winer of the Grand National, was a visitor at Blue Bonnets. J. Samuels, a young Detroiter who has enjoyed considerable success- in his sport connection with the turf, departed for his home, but will return to the circuit at Woodbine. There will be a meeting of the Canadian Racing Associations in the clubhouse at Blue Bonnets tomorrow. This will probably be the last meeting of this body until next spring. Eleven head belonging to the Seagram Stable arrived at Blue Bonnets this morning. All the horses in the consignment, with the exception of Golden Sphere, will be auctioned at Blue Bonnets. Steeplechase jockey A. Williams was an arrival from New York. He joined the stable that James Healey is handling and will go from here to Woodbine at the conclusion of Blue Bonnets racing. Mortimer Mahoney, who recently returned from Baltimore predicts a most successful fall season for racing in Maryland. The meeting at Timonium has been growing in importance every year and the management found it necessary to increase the limit of the fields from eight to ten this year.

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