Havre De Grace Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1924-10-03


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1 , HAVRE DE GRACE NOTES HAVRE DE GRACE, Md., Oct 2. Five of the H. G. Bedwell horses which were shipped from Woodbine were unloaded in bad condition. William Duane, who has been with W. A. Dondas all summer, was an arrival from the West. A. B. Hancock, the well known breeder stopped off at Havre de Grace to take in a couple days of racing. H. Dougherty claimed Louanna from C. B. Shafer after she was beaten yesterday. She cost her new owner ,800. T. OBrien released jockey Milner from the contract he held on his services which had two more years to run. Milner will ride free lance. The two-year-old Mons Meg that Mart Demorest is training, grabbed himself while being galloped this morning and will be on the shelf for a few days. Steeplechase jockey O. Diamond, who suffered an injured foot as a result of a fall while schooling a jumper through the field, was forced to cancel his engagement to pilot Graylette in todays steeplechase. Woods Garth left Havre de Grace with a carload of horses destined for Laurel and J. P. Smith sent over some that he is handling for W. S. Kilmer. Garth will send th remainder of the horses he has here on Saturday.

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