Laurel Park Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1924-10-23


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LAUREL PARK NOTES LAUREL, Md., Oct. 22. Jockey J. Wallace departed for Louisville to ride for "W. S. Kilmer. Ben Beach accompanied him. They -will return to Maryland in a week or ten days. H. Dougherty claimed Normal from W. Durnan for ,200. The son of Plaudit pulled up quite lame after the race in -which he changed hands. H. D. "Curley" Brown wired James Milton that he will be in Jacksonville Thursday on his way to Chicago, where he will stop for a day before proceeding to California. Sir Glen was cut down in the first race Thursday. Owen Pons does not believe it will be possible to get the son of Glenesky to the post before tho New Orleans meeting. Harry Mordecai, who is representing the United Hunts Racing Association at Laurel, arranged for the special to Belmont Park to leave here on the "Wednesday before the two-day meeting at the Long Island track. Blanks for stable reservations at Jefferson Park are obtainable from C. Campau at tho secretarys oflice. J. B. Campbell, racing secretary at the New Orleans course, recommends early application, although the capacity of the plant will be increased before the meeting opens Thanksgiving day.

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