Laurel Park Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1924-10-22


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LAUREL PARK NOTES j LAUREL,, Md., Oct. 21. S. Louis paid ,000 to take Ampolac from W. L. Hernstadt. Max Hirsch Is pointing- Nicholas for the Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes November 1. J. Leyland was taken off Just and sent to a hospital suffering from a cold. E. K. Bryson bought Just from T. Clyde before the running of the sixth race. J. W. Healy was fined 0 for warming up a horse without an arm number. Dr. Carl Mitchell fired Poor Sports ankles for W. Burttschell. H. Dougherty claimed Mensis from H. R. Dulany for ,500. TV. Carter sold William of Corotoman to H. Dougherty. He is destined for Cuban racing. Red Wine went to the stable of Mrs. H. P. Stearns from the Longridge Stable on a claim of ,200. J. Maiben resumed riding this afternoon. He underwent treatment for stomach trouble in the last few days. Jockey George Fields reported to J. Fitz-simraons. Harold Goodwin will make the boys outside engagements. W. C. Mooney was kept busy denying a rumor that he was married last Saturday night. J. Herman, who rode Lady Glassen, is under contract to W. H. Snyder. It was his, first mount in a race. R. O. Egan spent the ,000 received from the Seagram Stable on the claim of Edisto,. to take Sanford from L. Waterbury. In the. same race H. Stark paid ,500 to claim Gad, from E. B. McLean.

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