Laurel Park Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1924-10-09


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LAUREL PARK NOTES LAUREL, Md., Oct. 8. F, Barry put in his appearance and will ride free lance over the jumps. E. L. Snyder is reported on the way here from Aurora. H. Daugherty claimed Old Broadway from W. J. Howard for ,000. Jack Welch, of the Selwyn Company, journeyed finm New York for a day of racing. Chappie Sims came from Aurora for the purpose of buying some horses to carry the Pueblo Stable silks at Tijuana. W. "B. McAtee counted 135 7 jockeys on the list when the bugle blew for the first race. Col. James joined the clubhouse group. Wm. Jennings is planning a paddock sale of horses in training before the end of the meeting.

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