Woodbine Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1924-10-02


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WOODBINE TURF NOTES TORONTO, Ont, Oct 1. C. Hagen will go to Laurel after a short visit to his home in Brantford. H. Crawford will ship the Queen City Stable jumpers to Laurel. Hillman was excused from the first race because of a touch "of colic. C. Campau departed for Laurel to work in the secretarys office. J. Samuels left for his home in Detroit and will go to Laurel from there. W. E. Jones reported that Mormon Elder was so badly cut down in the last race Tuesday that he will be on the shelf for several weeks. J. W. Dayton will campaign at Laurel. L. P. Phelps is shipping to Kentucky. J. Koores sent his horses in the same car, the only one bound from here to the Blue Grass. Alex Copeland took Herriard and Glen Reagh, Mr. Algers jumpers, from J. Healy and shipped them to Detroit They will be raced at Bloomfield and Grosse Point, and then returned .to Mr. Healy at Pimlico. Mr. Healy is going from here to Laurel. Vincent Powers will campaign the Green-tree Stable horses in his care here at Laurel. Bob Haynes, the stables jumping rider, was scheduled for dismissal from the hospital today. He broke a rib in the fall that resulted in the destruction of El Kantara. A large party from Detroit took in the Woodbine closing. At the head of the party was Col. F. M. Alger, who came to see Glen Reagh carry his silks in the Hendrie Steeplechase. He was accompanied by Mrs. Alger and their son and daughter. Others in the party were Mrs. R. A. Alger, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Rucker, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Jewett, E. S. Nichols, John S. Sweeney and Bruns Henry. Mr. Jewott is president of the Paige Automobile Company and the owner of War Man. Mr. Nichols is master of hounds at Bloomfield Hills. Mr. Henry is master of hounds at the Grosse Point Hunt Club, and middle western representative. oX the National Hunts Committee.

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