Live Aqueduct News, Daily Racing Form, 1924-09-20


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LIVE AQUEDUCT NEWS NEW YORK, N. T., Sept 19. Three of the starters of the day to have blinkers added to their racing equipment as a change from previous "rigging" were Chief Tierney, Elvina and Check. G. W. Carroll has severed his connection with the E. R. Bradley stable and will remain in the East and ride as a free lance. Ed Lowe, a three-year-old in the Quincy Stable, died of pneumonia recently. Miss Cameo and Lolita, the property of Henry Waterson have been shipped to Carr and Piatts farm in Kentucky and will enter the stud. Miss Cameo will go to the court of Chicle, while Lolita will be bred to North Star III. James Rowe, acting for Harry Payne Whitney, sold the two-year-old Manzana to Harry Unna, acting for Russell Magill, the California Stable.

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