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


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LAUREL PARK NOTES For rough riding in the fourth race, the stewards handed jockey Sharpe a ten-day suspension. S. W. Richards came from Aurora to attempt the purchase of an apprentice contract The stewards ordered Floating On scratched from a race tomorrow and the refusal of further entires at the meeting on suspicion that the claim of the horse by S. Stajer from B. Harding was friendly. Chapie Sims claimed Time Exposure for the Pueblo Stable from E. F. "Whitney for ,000. Norman Thomas and Edward Seagram came from "Waterloo, Ont, for a few days of racing. They were accompanied by Fred Treblecock, of London, Ont Maurice Heffernan received word from Aurora that his brother l"at is much improved in health. He spent a large part of , the summer in a Youngstown hospital. Dr. F. W. Ashe, presiding steward at Ak Sar-Ben, arrived from Omaha and reported that the fall meeting there was a success and that the Nebraska track will distribute 00,-000 at the next spring meeting, June 3 to June 27. Barrett Haynes, who suffered a broken rib and an injured back in the fall that caused the destruction of El Kantara at "Woodbine, visited the paddock today. He will be able to begin exercising horses in threo or four days.

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