Laurel Park Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1924-10-21


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LAUREL PARK NOTES LAUREL, Md., Oct. 20. E. B. Chapman bought the Laurel house of jockey A Schuttingcr. R. G. Ensor claimed Ed Pendleton from A S. Day for ,800. W. Bethel suffered a broken collar bone when Damask fell with him Saturday. G. W. Campbell parted with 2,000 to take The Foreigner from W. E. . Martin. . L. A Seregni outdrew H. R. Freck on a ,500 claim for F. J. Boyles Woodlake. S. Louis claimed Ampolac from W. L. Hernstadt for ,000. Steven ODonnell returned to Kentucky, but will be back here to ride Wise Counsellor in his stake engagements. J. Wallace returned from Empire City, but decided not to ride today after a session with the stomach pump. J. Maiben cancelled his engagements for the day because of illness. He expects to resume riding tomorrow. C. B. Shafer shipped his entire stable to Louisville. Jockey F. Sharpe accompanied the outfit The funeral of G. D. Bryan, Jr., will be held Wednesday from his former residence in Atlantic City. J. P. Smith returned from New York with J. W. Beans Donaghee, which he sent to Empire especially for his victory in the New Rochelle Handicap. Charles F. Hill came from New York to complete details for a sale of horses in training to be held in the Pimlico paddock on November 13. It is the present intention of E. B. McLean to send a division of his stable to Miami this winter. It will bo the first time the Washington publisher participated in winter racing. Allen Drumheller, of Walla Walla, Wash., is a visitor. He had been racing through the summer around Vancouver and reports that the racing in western Canada was quite successful. The stewards suspended B. Breuning for five days for rough riding in the fifth race. He was astride Golden Sphere and caused New Hampshire to pull up passing the half mile post J. Fitzsimmons arrived from Latonia with Aga Khan, Flames and Priscilla Ruley, the Belair Stud starters in the Latonia Championship. Flames is a bit sore as a result of pounding the hard surface of the Kentucky Jockey Clubs track, but is not believed to be seriously lame.

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