Laurel Park Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1924-10-19


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LAUREL PARK NOTES LAUREL, Md., Oct 18. Judge Nelson and Colonel Carruthers of Montreal, came on the New York Special. Edward Brennan distributed Pimlico condition and stake books. A. Brent bought The Nephew and Vander-burg from "W. J. Kraemer. Jockey Albert Johnson, who recently retired from the saddle, came from New York to see Epinard run. Morty Mahoney, manager of the Pimlico mutuel department, looked over the Laurel course for the first time at this meeting. Clarence Turner stopped off on the way to Louisville, where, he. will ride Swope and the other horses of H. C. Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. R, P. Marshall came from Pittsburgh to see Hildur perform in their colors and to look over four yearlings here in charge of Frank Garrett J. "Wallace and B.. Beach leave for Louisville Tuesday night, one to ride for "W. S. Kilmer and the other to make the boys engagements. The stewards suspended G. Hudgins five days for rough riding in the fifth race, and set R. Fisher down for seven days in the final race Friday. He rode the disqualified Kitty Troxell. H. Dougherty claimed Altissimo from R. G. Ensor for ?2,300. M. J. OLeary took Fancy Free- from Dick Pending for ,000. The Seagram Stable dropped ,000 in the box to take Edisto from R. O. Egan. Everett Hayes, who rode Epinard in France and piloted him in his three International engagements, came from New York with C. Kummer, who had the leg on the French colt in the Laurel. Haynes returned to New York and will sail for France next week.

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