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


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v I JAMAICA TURF NOTES NEW YORK, N. Y., Oct 1. Jockey J. McCoy, who rode Flying Al in the first race, was suspended for two days for rough riding. The Lilane Stables Young April was kicked while at the post in the first race and came out of the running badly lamed. F. M. Kelley arrived from the Woodbine track this morning and reports that his own horses and those of C. Buxton will be shipped from that point here today. J. T. Kermath will ship from here to Laurel as soon as cars are available. He plans several additions to the public stable he will race during the Maryland season. Trainer E. G. Heider stated that Mrs. R. L. Baker would in the future confine her racing activities to the flat, and Peccant has been consigned to the salus ring. The four yearlings which Heider has at Belmont Park will be wintered there, and an English colt that has shown speed over a furlong in his first trial.

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