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


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JAMAICA TURF NOTES Charles Ca.ffarelli, at private terms, sold Nina to A. J. Bedell this morning. Francis Nelson, presiding steward on the Canadian Racing Association tracks, was a visitor at Jamaica this afternoon. Clarence Buxton is confined to his home with a slight attack of illness,- but is expected to bo about again in a day or so. Marshall Field III., owner of Modo which won the Cup offered at the police fund games, held on Sept 12th, at Jamaica, placed the cup on exhibition in the clubhouse today. The cup is a massive silver affair and aroused favorable comment

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