Revenge for Beg Pardon: Victim of Disqualification Last Time Out Accounts for Feature at Brooklyn Park, Daily Racing Form, 1924-10-03


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REVENGE FOR BEG PARDON Victim of Disqualification Last Time Out Accounts for Feature at Brooklyn Park. CLEVELAND, Ohio, Oct 2. Bog Pardon, the victim of a disqualification last time out, was returned winner of todays feature race at Brooklyn Park. The son of Smokehouse assumed command at the start and made every post a winning one. Matinee Idol, from the Creech stable, was second with Gordon Shaw third. Jockey F. Horn, a recent arrival from Omaha, scored with Mandy, his first mount of the meeting, over a fair bunch of two-year-olds, in the opening race. Dr. Mac-Millan, Gene Lutz recent purchase, was a fast-going second. Sagamore, after several unsuccessful attempts, was finally returned victor over a cheap band in the second, defeating them in hollow fashion. Among todays arrivals were D. T. Morris, from Latonia, with six horses; II. New, from Omaha, with six; R. A. Arbique, from Montreal, with two, and B. Neunelast, from Memphis, with two. Jockey D. Hall came with the latter stable. J. W. Bowman purchased Troma from J. L. Brannon at private sale. Athanna was excused from starting in the third race on account of lameness. Jockey E. OBrien departed for New York yesterday. R. J. Howell claimed Beg Pardon, winner of the fifth race, from J. J. Russell for ?1,500.

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