Laurel Park Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1924-10-16


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LAUREL PARK NOTES LAUREL, Md., Oct. 15. H. G. Bedwell bought No Lady from J. Bauer. New Hampshire came out of his race yesterday deeply cut behind. Owen Pons bought the colts Shanghai and Armorer from J. S. Cosden. The stewards fined Frank Farrar 0 for warming up Seths Flower the reverse way of the track. Roy "Walden is reported on his way here with five of the horses of the Xalapa Farm. Schuttinger will accompany him. Burley Parke, former rider,, motored from his home in Declo, Idaho, to visit his brother Ivan, who is riding here for H. P. "Whitney. E. L. Snyder is an arrival from Toronto. Two cars of horses are due from Long Branch next Tuesday. Because B. Kennedy was taken ill riding Gondolier, F. Hastings was substituted on Polly Leighton in the last race. W. Sims claimed Ebb Tide from L. A. Seregni for ,000. She will be sent to. Tijuana to run for the Pueblo Stable. F. Musante tried all day yesterday to sell Triumph for ,000 but could not find a buyer. Dr. "W. C. Trover claimed the horse for that price out of the last race. "Word from L. A. Cassidy, general manager of the Miami race course, states that stable applications continue to reach the Florida track. "W. II. Bowes arrived with the jumpers Abydos, Griff Wood and Brovas Ben. The horses will be trained by "William Grater. Mr. Bowes is president of the Pitney-Bowes Postage Meter Company. Spaulding Lowe Jenkins received a wire from Eugene Leigh announcing that three of the August Belmont horses will be shipped from Latonia with Epinard. Supposedly they are Ladkin, Blind Play and Diagram. Ladkin is the only one of the three eligible for the 0,000 Laurel, which brings Epinard here.

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